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Justice for Toba: Aisha Falode & Supporters March to National Assembly



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Aisha Falode’s campaign for justice for her son, Toba Falode, continues.

Toba a.k.a “Tyler Hendrix Fray,” tragically passed away in Dubai in February at the tender age of 19. Although Dubai police says the cause of his death was an accident, Falode believes her son was murdered.

As part of her campaign, Falode and fellow supporters of her cause, marched to the National Assembly yesterday, where they drew the attention of some members of the House of Representatives who promised to demand an in-depth investigation of the alleged murder according to Sahara Reporters. 

Some of the individuals who accompanied Toba’s mother on the protest include, Civil rights attorney, Festus Keyamo, Women Arise leader, Joe Okei-Odumakin, and House of Representatives member, Abike Dabiri.

Falode revealed that she had asked Dubai police for a comprehensive report regarding the circumstances of her son’s death but her request was refused. She said the authorities in Dubai told her that only the Nigerian government could demand a full investigation on her behalf.


Toba Falode a.k.a Tyler Fray

To join the campaign for justice for Toba a.k.a Tyler Fray, visit:

Facebook : Justice for Tyler Fray a.k.a Toba Falode



Email: justicefortylerfray (at)

Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters/Facebook


  1. @edDREAMZ

    May 28, 2014 at 2:36 pm

    May his soul R.I.P….

  2. theasoebijunkie

    May 28, 2014 at 2:37 pm

    sad… sad

  3. kemi

    May 28, 2014 at 2:40 pm

    This is pretty sad!

  4. David Ologan

    May 28, 2014 at 2:45 pm

    Saddened whenever I hear of the death of another Nigerian student abroad. Will such a thing ever happen to an American student abroad or an Israeli? I guess not. But those guys even hardly do schooling outside their countries. I pray Aisha Falode gets justice though I feel it’s just all hopeless. Nigeria fails.

  5. truth

    May 28, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    Honestly I feel so sorry and very sad for this poor woman, it is a waste of a precious young man’s life. Only the Holy Spirit can wipe her tears because it is never ending especially as she sees her son’s friends grow up.

    Another warning to Nigerians just flocking to Dubai for whatever reason, my dear people please be very careful. I have lived in Dubai and Qatar for some years. These Arabs don’t regard us because we are Africans and blacks. I know it is painful to admit this but many people who are not oyinbo ( Asians and Africans) know this so well in the Middle East.
    These middle eastern countries are not like Western countries where you have a good legal system in place. If it was an American or any western person killed the Dubai authorities would be shaking with fear. So please a word of caution to my dear Nigerians, please be very careful when you visit these places and tell your kids to be careful too with the friends they keep and the places they go to. May God Almighty console this bereaved woman in Jesus Name ( Amen)

  6. Fatimah

    May 28, 2014 at 4:42 pm

    Isn’t there supposed to be a Government parastatal that deals with situations like these? Nigeria is just too disorganized.

    Besides isn’t Abike Dabiri, the Diaspora whatever, whatever chair? Isn’t there something she can do in her capacity other than solidarity marching? O su mi.

  7. Gladys

    August 15, 2014 at 3:16 pm

    It is well the Holy Spirit will comfort u, GOD is angry with the wicked daily ! There is no peace 4 the wicked.Aisha GOD has heard your cry HE does not despise the cry of a broken heart.

  8. I pajamas lee

    August 16, 2014 at 3:55 am

    God will comfort you my sis.

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