OBUKO – Latest 2021 Yoruba Movie Drama Featuring; Bimbo Oshin | Jibola Dabo | Toyin Adegbola – Download here


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After the death of her parents, Bella’s aunt decides to raise her due to her inability to give birth. It was discovered later that her aunt’s husband and one of the family members has been sexually molesting Bella.

Find out what becomes of Bella in this latest Yoruba Drama movie; OBUKO. Premiering Monday 29th November on Youtube.com/yorubaplay

Bimbo Oshin
Jibola Dabo
Toyin Adegbola
Abimbola Kazeem
Joseph Faduri
Oyindamola Olaniyan
Akinola Akano
Mubo Lawal
Aishat Olawale
Tunde Ola Yusuf
Iwalola Adekugbe

Joseph Faduri

Tunde Ola Yusuf

Okiki Films

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  1. Bella's story is so pathetic. Why is it that children who passed through such molestation could not tell anyone until the unexpected happen. Bella is old enough to tell her grandma or look for a way to tell her auntie. Don't be giving us same stuff please. Thanks for the upload Yorubaplay ❤️ 😘 🤗

  2. I know it seems like there’s too much awareness out there about child molestation. But it’s never enough tbh.
    Tell your kids to tell their friends, any instance of harassment should be reported or at least addressed. Even as adults in the workplace or social lives. God will help us o

  3. Not just talk but the most important tool is to “listen” I can’t stress enough how just sitting down with them and strictly LISTENING to them can change your relationship with your child for the better and you’d also be surprised just how much your child knows about any and everything !!

  4. This is a fantastic movie, it teaches a lot of morals and also encourages parents and guardians to provide enabling environments to their children to talk. If grandma and her aunty had allowed Bella to talk, her situation shouldn't have ended the way it ended. As parents, we should always encourage our daughters to be free to discuss anything whatsoever with us. I love this job, it is a masterpiece and it is indeed highly didactic: it teaches morals and that is the essence of movie making. Kudos to the producer, the director and all the casts and crew

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