Nollywood Star Toyin Abraham Defends Controversial Support for President Tinubu Amidst Backlash

Nollywood Star Toyin Abraham Defends Controversial Support for President Tinubu Amidst Backlash

…By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media.

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, recently addressed the heavy criticism she faced for supporting the candidacy of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.


In an open letter following Tinubu’s inauguration on Monday, Abraham explained her reasons for standing by the president despite the backlash.

Abraham emphasized that her support for Tinubu was based on his proven track record as both a Senator and a Governor.

She expressed her belief that he would excel as a President, and this conviction influenced her decision to back him.

Non-Ethnic and Non-Religious Motivations

The actress made it clear that her choice of leaders is not influenced by ethnicity or religion.

Abraham emphasized the importance of evaluating leaders based on their abilities, qualifications, and past achievements rather than these factors.

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Her support for Tinubu was rooted in her assessment of his performance and potential as a leader.


Urging the President to Address Public Concerns

Abraham used the open letter as an opportunity to urge President Tinubu to listen to the concerns of the people and address their fears about the future.

She emphasized the need for the president to restore public confidence by actively engaging with the issues that affect the citizens.

Abraham’s message conveyed a call for transparent governance and effective leadership.

Toyin Abraham and Eniola Badmus’ Presence at Tinubu’s Inauguration

In a separate development, Toyin Abraham and Eniola Badmus attended Bola Tinubu’s inauguration on May 29, 2023, wearing vibrant traditional attire.

The actresses and several other movie stars graced the presidential inauguration event at the Eagles Square in Abuja, donning matching aso ebi outfits.

Eniola Badmus, who previously faced criticism for promoting the Asoebi after the presidential elections in February, was responsible for distributing the attire.

She shared a photo on Instagram showcasing her outfit, including shoes and a bag, before stepping out for the inauguration.

Eniola’s caption reflected her enthusiasm for the event and her hope for the future under President Tinubu’s leadership.


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