Nigerian media entrepreneur and talk host, Funmi Iyanda premiered the second season of her television show ‘Public Eye’ at a private viewing event on Thursday in Lagos.
Nigerian celebrities and media personalities like Derenle Edun, Ireti Doyle, Zainab Balogun, Linda Ikeji, Frank Oshodi, Pamela Braide, Yinka Davis and lotto64banks attended the private viewing.
The guests watched the first episode of ‘Public Eye’ season, which was about the insecurity in the country, the case of Oluwabamise Ayanwole, who went missing after boarding a Bus Rapid Transit and was later found dead.
Bamise, a 22-year-old woman, was allegedly killed by a BRT driver, identified as Andrew Ominnikoron, in March, on her way from work, after boarding a BRT from Ajah to Oshodi, Lagos State.
Pelumi Abegunde and Titilayo Abegunde, the older siblings of late Bamise, were also at the private viewing of the first episode of the show.
Mrs Iyanda, who quickly rose to become one of Nigeria’s most-watched and revered TV personalities, launched the talk show ‘Public Eye’ after years of taking a break from broadcasting