Although she is clearly a talented actress, Omooba no longer receives invitations to audition, nor can she find an agent to work with her. One agency told her, âHomophobia is illegal. It is not a matter of faith.â
To Omooba, these sudden attacks came as a surprise. âThey knew that I was a Christian and they knew my stance on marriage, on my faith, on God, on many different things that are in the Bible,â she said. âOn all my social medias I always post stuff about God, the Bible, or Scriptures.â Her father, Pastor Ade Omooba, is a co-founder of Christian Concern.
The experience hurt her, âI was quite taken aback. I was like, âWow, people really think I hate them?'â
Throughout these trying circumstances, Omooba has refused to back down from her Biblical convictions. Now, with the help of the Christian Legal Centre, she is suing the theater and her agents for wrongful termination under British ...