- Nigerian feminist and activist, Kiki Mordi, recently took to social media to call out a young man, Oluwatosin Adeshokan
- Mordi said that Tosin has been accused of sexual assault and that he mainly targets young feminist women
- Tosin took to his Twitter page to pen down an apology for his actions but Kiki was not having it
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Nigerian investigative journalist and lady behind popular Sex for Grades documentary, Kiki Mordi, has taken to social media to call out a young man who happened to be her friend, Oluwatosin Adeshokan.
In a series of posts shared on Twitter, Mordi explained that Tosin had been accused of sexual assault by different young women and that some of them did not open up about the situation because of his friendship with her.
According to Mordi, Tosin is in the habit of making friends with feminists perhaps to protect him from being called out as a predator.
See her tweet below:
The journalist vowed that action would be taken and urged those who were his victim to speak up because there is no space for predators within her circle.
See tweets below:
Tosin on the other hand did not shy away from the accusations as he took to his own Twitter page to share an apology.
According to him, he is genuinely sorry for everything he has been accused of and that it would never happen again.
In the note, he explained that stories about his inappropriate conversations with women have broken and that he initiated unhealthy and unwelcomed conversations with them.
Tosin admitted that his actions were predatory and disgusting and that he will reach out to his victims.
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See his tweet and apology below:
Mordi, however, was not having it and warned Tosin not to water things down. According to her, the young man was being accused of grooming, unwanted sexual advances, nudity with minors, to name a few.
See her tweet below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actor, Uche Maduagwu, recently shared his painful assault experience on social media.
The actor disclosed that he was molested by another male actor while on his first movie set in Lagos in 2012.
Explaining further, Maduagwu said homosexuality is more rampant than we think in the Nigerian film industry and that it is not hard to see a producer, director or big actor molesting another upcoming star especially if he is handsome.
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