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‘Jagaban is incoming’ Toyin Abraham ignores trolls, beams with joy as she finally meets Tinubu

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Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham-Ajewole is in a joyful mood as she finally meets the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Recall that the actress has been under fire lately for joining her colleagues in the Yoruba movie industry to endorse Tinubu. Taking to her Instagram page, Toyin shared pictures of herself, Tinubu and Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu at an event.

According to the mother of one, she is meeting Tinubu for the first time and he shared with her, the methodology he will use to tackle the challenges facing the nation. She also noted that having listened to him, she assured that she has made the right choice.

Captioning the post, she wrote: “For the first time, I met the incoming president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and he shared some of his Ideas, Visions and Strategy to solve the challenges before us, as a Nation. Listening to him indeed renewed my hope and reaffirmed why he is my choice. Jagaban is coming!”

Toyin Abraham gushes over Tinubu

Toyin Abraham took to Micro-blogging platform, Twitter to gush over Tinubu.

She shared a picture of Tinubu amidst backlash and gushed over his cuteness.

She wrote: “Sorry last one for the night. My president is just too cute ni”.

Toyin Abraham cries out over bullying

A few weeks back, Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham cried out over bullying and death threats she and some of her colleagues received after they publicly declared her support for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

In an interview on TVC, the mother of one who publicly declared her love for Tinubu said: “

“I love Asiwaju, and I’m speaking about myself. I love him, I might vote for him because I love him. I’ve not decided, but I’m just saying it. And because of the things he has done for my industry,

“I’m not going to use my selfish interest to lead others. He has been a wonderful man in my industry, he has been there for people and my industry. I am speaking from my own perspective. He is a good man. He has been there for people even when they had nothing. I am speaking for my own Oluwatoyin Abosede Dada Abraham-Ajeyemi.

“Let people choose whoever they want to choose. I will not let people use the gender part of me. I will support anyone who supports everybody. Someone competent. I’m not going to jeopardize the future of our children because of gender part or because I have a colleague there.” 

Toyin Abraham reacts to news of her demise

Toyin Abraham took to her Instagram page to debunk news of her demise after a vlogger inscribed a “R.I.P” on Toyin Abraham’s photo.

Sharing a screenshot of the post on her verified Instagram page, Toyin Abraham decried the level of bullying since she announced her support for the All Progressive’s Congress presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.

She wrote: It is no more Democracy if you don’t allow people to make their decision freely. Everyone can not see things from your own angle ONLY.

Bullying, harassing and threatening people’s life because they disagree with you on personal choice shouldn’t be encouraged at all.

Why would anyone put this out there? Why? Why should anyone wish others bad because they made a different choice? Why?

Kemi Afolabi slams Toyin Abraham over her support for Tinubu

Kemi Filani reported that actress, Kemi Afolabi slammed her colleague, Toyin Abraham over her ‘adamant’ support for Tinubu.

During an Instagram live video session between Kemi and Toyin, the former angrily called out the latter for supporting Tinubu. Although they did not exchange insulative words, Kemi expressed anger because Toyin vouched for Tinubu.

Kemi Afolabi iterated some issues in Nigeria, including the End SARS mass killings, fuel scarcity, poor conditions of public infrastructure and lack of social amenities for the less privileged.

Kemi Afolabi, who claimed she is not soliciting support from fans, narrated her ordeals when she was in dire need of treatment and admitted to a public hospital.

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