Actress Toyin Abraham speaks on the effect of social media on Nigerians

Actress Toyin Abraham speaks on the effect of social media on Nigerians

- Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, has shared a thought-provoking post concerning the effect of social media

- The actress expressed sadness over the result of social media obsessed generation

- She stated that relationships are no longer meaningful and most people live for the 'gram'

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, has shared a deep post about the effect of social media in this generation. Expressing sadness, she stated that relationship these days are only a fraction of what they used to be as most people just do things for the gram.

Toyin shared an eye-catching cartoon photo, where a man who had an accident was more interested in updating his status than finding help. Abraham used it to reinforce the message that people are now living for likes and comments as opposed to bonding with another human.

Her post left many social media users thinking hard and most reflected this in their comments when they agreed that the advent of social media is the major cause of depression and even betrayals as people as fake with a lot of things.

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Toyin advised the present generation to drop their phones and embrace love. She stated that finding someone to trust is more important than having thousands of friends on social media.

She reiterated that we as a generation should let love lead us.

Read her post below:

Meanwhile, on Wednesday, January 23, Shyngle shared Abraham’s picture on her Instagram handle as she penned down sweet words about the young lady. According to the Ghanaian actress who is presently in Lagos, she thanked Abraham for driving all the way from Ibadan to see her in Lagos when she was admitted in the hospital.

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