“It feels like I’m in the midst of a deep ocean, unable to catch any sleep” – Toyin Abraham cries out
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Popular Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham has cried out and at the same time pleaded with Nigerians after being dragged over a property scam.

The thespian and her colleague, Odunlade Adekola were signed as brand ambassadors to a real estate company known as Revolution Plus owned by Dr Bamidele and Tolulope Onalaja.

After an appreciable number of people signed up for different plans in a bid to become a landlord, the company was accused of putting up some attitude that seemed like they aren’t legit.

One Nigerian lady in Canada called them out saying:

“I paid since September 2020! Houston Park, no allocation till date. You comment on their page, they delete or block you! Please drag them well. @revolutionpluspropertylekki are scammers!!!”

Amid this saga, Toyin Abraham and Odunlade Adekola have been accused of being part and parcel of the fraudulent investment.

However, taking to her Instagram page, the actress addressed the matter while pleading on Nigerians to be patient for certain issues to be resolved.

She wrote:

“I need to let you all know that this hit me really hard and i have not been able to catch any sleep since this present issue came up. It feels like i am in the midst of a deep ocean. 

I have been in touch with Revolution Plus, the Management have assured me that they are working on resolving the several issues raised and that they will make everyone happy. 

Please if you have any unresolved issues, kindly reach these emails, and phone numbers. My DM is as usual always open [email protected]; [email protected]

Telephone numbers 09060000991, 09060000992, 09060000993

I have also made open, DM of this account @ttfeedbackchanel I will follow up your case and ensure it is resolved.

Once again, I am sorry (I wish you could all see how sad I am), and Revolution Plus Properties are sorry too. All pending issues will get attended to. Thank you.”


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