After been banned, Kunle Afod has spoken out for the first time regarding his ordeal which he refers to as a witch hunt.

The actor and producer has also spoken that he doesn’t belong to the said association who banned him and he doesn’t see the reason why he was the only one affected when there were others who deals directly with the online community.

He said:  “I have consulted my lawyers and the law will definitely take i’ts course in due time but I will like to put a few things on record first.

One, I am not a member of YOVIPMAN, and therefore not bound by the ethics of YOVIPMAN, it’s therefore impossible to be bound by the ethics of an association I don’t belong to.

Two, in any market in the world the manufactures chooses his sales outlet.  It definitely doesn’t appeal too logic that a customer dictates to the manufacturer who he supplies his goods to.

Three, we had no prior arrangements as regards who I work or do not work with. Do you get punished for an offense you do not commit?

I want to make this abundantly clear, that I, Adekunle Afod will never do anything to truncate the growth of this industry. There are several other producers who sell to the online community why was I the only one sanctioned.

This is a misguided witch hunt and I refuse to be a victim I know and I believe that injustice to one is injustice to all in the words of a great poet;

“When they came for the Buddhist

I didn’t talk because I wasn’t a Buddhist

When they came for the Christians

I didn’t talk because I wasn’t a Christian

When they came for the Muslims

I didn’t talk because I wasn’t a Muslims

When they came for me

There was nobody left to speak to me”

I expect all stakeholders to stand up and speak up against this flagrant act of disregard for a movie maker of my repute’s rights but then again, it has always been all man for himself.

I will like to assure my fans and friends that nothing will stop me from giving them the best of me.

In fact expect more. We shall see this through. We await legal action.

But as we we’re taught in theatre”