It is not breaking news that the actress has been the subject of the public’s criticism for joining some of her colleagues in the Yoruba movie industry to endorse Tinubu.
Recently, Toyin Abraham took to her Instagram page, where she shared pictures of herself, Tinubu, and Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, at an event.
She claimed it was her first encounter with Tinubu, and after discussing the strategy he intends to employ to address the nation’s problems with her, she left feeling certain that she made the right decision.
The Twitter user with the name @Oyinlee wrote:
“I am not a person to do this but Toyin this is beyond funny. Why is your husband, step daughter, mother in law, mother on the UK queue fighting to get visa. Yet you seeing the future whilst relocating your Fam, is that not hypocrisy. Please do better. I await your response. Asiwaju baby, but you dey relocate your family low-key. Toyin, you no go fear God? If Nigeria good, you go find UK visa for your family?”
On her part, Toyin Abaham countered the claims. She also said she will not sue for the lies told against her because she believes Bola Ahmed Tinubu will become President of Nigeria after the elections. She wrote:
“My In law has never been to the UK or UK embassy. Relocating my family to the UK? I wont sue you for your lies. I will let it slide, you know why? By this time tomorrow, Asiwaju will be victorious. I know my choice is why you decided to cook up this lie but God will judge you.”