I stopped working with Revolution Plus: Introducing Toyin Abraham


Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham has announced she is ending her partnership with real estate company Revolution Plus. The actress revealed the news in a brief statement on Saturday. He did not name the reasons for the termination of the embassy contract with the company, but perhaps this is due to complaints from the company’s customers. “Who cares? You may have noticed that I am not active with the Revolution Plus brand. I understand the purpose of trade secrets and will not come between us. All official commitments between this brand and us will be made at the end of this month. .Until the end of the 31st of the month..Thank you for this opportunity and I deeply regret the inconvenience you experienced while dealing with them. I wish the company success in the future and strength to overcome the existing problems,” the actress said in a statement.

In 2022, Toyin was among the brand ambassadors called in by clients after clients accused Revolution Plus of failing to allocate properties after full payment.

Amid the controversy, several disgruntled clients took to social media to accuse the artist of representing the company despite allegations of fraud. However, in response, the artists urged affected customers to be patient and reassure them that the issue will be resolved through an Instagram post in 2022. Toyin said he contacted the company. He also disputed claims that he was leaving the real estate brand. “I am not going to leave the brand because I can say that they can deliver on their promise. We have issues that need to be addressed,” she wrote.










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