- House of Representatives elect and entrepreneur, Akin Alabi, has come under fire of a fan
- The fan described the entrepreneur as being arrogant for putting his leg on a chair in his office
- According to the fan, the action is unprofessional
Being in the public eye is no easy feat and people who suddenly find themselves becoming public figures might step on toes without even realising it.
To be a celebrity, one perhaps has to have a list of dos and don’ts’ as having a private life no longer becomes possible.
House of Reps elect and businessman, Oloye Akin Alabi, came under fire from a fan who described him as being arrogant and unprofessional.
It all started when Alabi shared a video on his Instagram page of an advice session he had with someone he referred to as his brother which his personal assistant recorded.
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In the video, the politician was seen sitting on a couch in his office with his legs placed on the chair as his guest listened attentively.
His sitting posture seemed to annoy a fan identified as @bido_2346 on Instagram and he took to calling Alabi out in the comment section. According to Bido, it is very unprofessional to talk to someone while sitting with legs on the chair.
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See their exchange below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Akin Alabi admitted that he would not train his daughter to see marriage as the most important thing.
In Nigeria and most African countries, marriage is seen as the ultimate thing a woman can achieve. It does not always seem to matter whether she has attained great career heights or made life changing discoveries.
According to Akin Alabi, some lady's friends act as if a marriage proposal is the biggest achievement of their friends. He added that this kind of behaviour from ladies fuels patriarchy because men can see how much women want to get married so they misbehave.
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