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BN TV: Toyin Aimakhu talks about surviving the #SaveMayowa PR Fiasco on “Seriously Speaking”

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toyin-aimakhuNollywood actress Toyin Aimakhu talks about what really went on in the #SaveMayowa situation and how it became a PR fiasco for her.

The actress was on Channels Television’s “Seriously Speaking” show where she talked about good PR and bad PR alongside the host, Adesuwa Onyenokwe.

Adesuwa also chats with PR gurus Adeoye Omotayo for R&B PR and Oma of Wildflower PR.

Watch the full clips below.


9 Comments

  1. Baby cakes

    November 7, 2016 at 8:51 am

    First of all you can’t speak English to save ur life madam plus u trying to form accent with ur Yoruba intonation secondaly mayowa is dead and you dare spew this crap??? Thirdly “mummy” ??? Wow, fourthly faraburuku bale, answer questions straight. I’m actually upset I wasted 18mins of my morning. Your yeye pr people NEED to do better madam

    • Ms Dee

      November 7, 2016 at 1:04 pm

      LMAO coming from someone who is calling someone out on their English language, “fourthly?” LMAOOOOO

    • Rike

      November 7, 2016 at 1:18 pm

      Good bless you Ms Dee, @babycakes forgot to remove the specks in her own eyes before removing a log in Toyin’s eyes. Oversabi sombori

    • Rike

      November 7, 2016 at 1:11 pm

      Thank God i watched the video, and i’m glad i did, goin by your hate comment don’t you think you need Jesus? who english epp? atleast she communicated her message well!!

    • Ms Dee

      November 7, 2016 at 1:37 pm

      As in ehn. Left to babycakes’ comment we wouldn’t have seen the truth. I think Toyin communicated her point well. I don’t even see what she said wrong in this interview. She admitted her fault, even said she is wary helping others now and said what she did wrong. Yet, someone is here saying she said something bad about a dead girl. May God have mercy upon us. Some people’s hate won’t let them see road.

    • correct

      November 7, 2016 at 4:04 pm

      there is nothing like yoruba intonation

  2. FasholasLover

    November 7, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    Toyin, Toyin, Toyin, haba! A golden opportunity to clear the air/set the records straight and you just waffled all over????. Mtsheeeew. Na to speak English be the whahala. I trust you have a good heart and l also think you are a good actress.

  3. Babe

    November 7, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    As a PR practitioner I cannot over emphasize the need for PR.. It’s always good to have people who can drive your narrative work closely with you that way if there is a crisis it doesn’t take forever for your PR team to create an opinion for the people to digest. Great interview from Bobo & Oma!

  4. Que

    November 7, 2016 at 11:52 pm

    God rest mayowa’s soul. But I have a nagging question ; where’s the rest of the money donated by well meaning Nigerians to save mayowa? Why is no one in her family talking about this? Am not an unfeeling person before anyone comes for me . I just really think her family should immortalized her with the remaining money by building a cancer centre or something maybe in Luth.

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