The photos of their traditional wedding/introduction shared last week on social media by her ‘new’ husband, Kolewole Ajeyemi, an actor, went viral.
Though Toyin was not in any of the photos, her brother and mum were featured.
What more? Their family house in
Dressed in a white agbada, Kola Ajeyemi tried to deceive fans
But the lady, who he posed with is
However, the photos posted were those of the traditional/engagement ceremony held earlier in the year between Toyin and Kola.
“Toyin Abraham can never declare or feature she is married to actor
“Also, Kola has denied any affair between them when he spoke
She’s also hiding her pregnancy from the public. Already, Toyin, who is abroad in preparation to have her baby, must have been joined by her husband, who shared a photo of being at the airport a few days ago,” a source told Kemi Ashefon.
Recall that the 35-year-old actress went into an
Kola, her current man after the Lagos lawyer she dated allegedly
Anyone conversant with Yoruba movies should be able to
Kola Ajeyemi is one of the popular faces in the Abeokuta caucus of the Yoruba movie industry and a constant feature in Segun Ogungbe’s movies.
Recently, he posted on Instagram that bloggers should desist from rumour-mongering. He claimed not to be what people assumed him to be in Toyin’s life.
“I strongly believe that ignorance is worst than illiteracy.
“ WOES TO THEE THAT SPOILEST, AND THOU WAST NOT SPOILED; AND DEALEST TREACHEROUSLY, AND THEY DEALT NOT TREACHEROUSLY WITH THEE. WHEN THOU SHALT CEASE TO SPOIL
.Do your findings well before you send wrong
Surprising, both Kola and Toyin have been posting each other’s photos and videos on their handles with words of encouragement as captions. Last Wednesday, he shared a photo of Toyin and called her a very strong woman.
The Presidency has advised Nigerians to disregard the threat issued by a coalition of northern youths concerning the suspension of the establishment of Ruga settlements across Nigeria.
This was made known by Dr. Andrew Kwasari, a Senior Policy Adviser (Agriculture Interventions Coordination) in the Office of the Vice President, while speaking to journalists in Abuja.
He said, “I think the President has the overwhelming support and his decision has resonated with the majority. I think we should not worry about the threats. They don’t earn my respect in anyway, I can’t support them. My support is for the President and the people of Nigeria.
“Their threat is divisive, I think these people should listen to the majority of this country and above all, accord respect to the office...