Akin Alabi rejects follower's coat of arms gift, says it'll give him nightmares

Akin Alabi rejects follower's coat of arms gift, says it'll give him nightmares

- A Nigerian politician Akin Alabi has rejected a gift from a follower identified as Amos Torbunde

- The politician was presented with a coat of arms image

- Akin Alabi said that he does not want because the image would give him nightmares

Nigerian politician and entrepreneur Akin Alabi has broken the heart of a follower after he rejected a gift from him.

Celebrities often get gifts from their fans and followers, especially those who are creative artists. From a bold photo frame to a huge drawing of their favourite celebrities, followers can go extra miles to get in the good books of the people they love.

A Twitter user identified as Amos Torbunde took to his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to present a gift to politician Akin Alabi.

The young man made a visual image of the Nigerian coat of arms and decided to present it to the Nigerian lawmaker.

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Torbunde tweeted at the politician and asked him how he could get the coat of arms image to him. According to the excited follower, the image was made for Akin Alabi.

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But the politician quickly rejected the gift. He said that the eagle in the coat of arms looked like a witch. Akin Alabi went further to tell the follower not to give him nightmares.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Akin Alabi said that he still relied on his mother to give him 100 naira at 24. 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.

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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. Alabi’s followers flooded his comment section with reactions.

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