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Nollywood Actress Toyin Abraham Faces Cyberbullying Backlash for Supporting Tinubu



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Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham is currently facing a barrage of online criticism and cyberbullying for publicly supporting President Bola Tinubu during the 2023 general elections.

Abraham, known for her roles in Yoruba movies, had thrown her support behind Tinubu during the election campaign, citing his ‘Renewed Hope’ action plans as the reason for her endorsement.

However, since assuming office, President Tinubu’s decisions have led to a downturn in Nigeria‘s economy, with fuel prices skyrocketing and the naira experiencing a free fall against the dollar.

Netizens have criticized Abraham for her unwavering support for Tinubu, expecting her to address the country’s challenges stemming from his policies.

Despite her explanations, online trolls have continued to target Abraham, with some resorting to harsh language and threats towards her and her family.

A recent incident involving a user accusing Abraham of using funds from Tinubu for her husband’s hair transplant led to the actress taking legal action for cyberbullying.

In response, Abraham emphasized that she did not arrest anyone’s mother but simply reported defamatory online activities to the appropriate authorities.

Expressing deep frustration with the online backlash, Abraham asserted her readiness to endure the criticism but warned against attacks on her family.

The actress, known for her bold stance against cyberbullying, has urged the public to refrain from targeting her children in online attacks.

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