- Politician and sport betting company founder, Akin Alabi, recently revealed a surprising information about himself during an exchange with a Twitter user
- Alabi disclosed that at age 24, he stilled relied on his mother for as little as N100
- The politician’s post scored him several accolades from internet users on the platform
Member of House of Representatives and NairaBet founder, Oloye Akin Alabi, recently took his followers on micro blogging platform, Twitter, by surprise after he dished out a surprising revelation about himself.
The politician, who is known for openly airing his views on the social media platform, reacted to a post that had been shared by a user identified as @Harryolah.
According to the individual, any guy who is not financially buoyant at the age of 24 has failed as a man.
Alabi was among several other internet users that received the post with strong reservations. The successful politician and businessman used the opportunity to make it known that when he was 24, he still relied on his mother for as little as N100.
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See the exchange between them below:
Alabi’s followers flooded his comment section with reactions. Many noted that the tweet by @Harryolah is the reason why a lot of young men put pressure on themselves and seek illegitimate ways of getting rich.
"Jack Ma, Morgan Freeman, Jack Dorsey and the likes were nobody at that age. Everyone is running their own race at their pace. You made it at 24 doesn't mean you won't make it at 34, 44 or 54. Who go better go better nah just time e good take," a follower tweeted.
Read what other people had to say below:
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Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that Akin Alabi, left internet users amused after he took to the social media platform to share a photo of the Christmas list his young son made. In the list shared via Alabi's Twitter page, the young boy did not only ask for a whooping N100,000. he also asked for two laptops, an iPhone and a credit card amongst other interesting things.
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