In light of cyber attacks and bullies threw at Toyin Abraham by trolls for her choice of candidate, her husband, Kolawole Ajeyemi has taken to his official social media handle to give his 2 cents about her choice of a political party.
Kola said it's not like he asked anyone to vote for his candidate or campaign for any party. He noted that the fact that his wife is supporting a specific party doesn't mean that he's supporting her, so he rebukes those laying curses on his children and wishes them the same. He reiterated that he didn't campaign for any political party.
His caption reads, "Good day everybody. It's not like I asked anyone of you to vote for any candidate or campaign for any party. The fact that my wife is supporting a specific party doesn't mean that I'm supporting her. So, I rebuke those laying curses on my children and I repeat, I didn't campaign for any candidate".
This post sparked reactions online as fans and celebrities shared different views.
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