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Why I shared my first salary with aged women, widows — Kwara Gov’s SA, Abiola

Abiola was appointed Special Assistant by Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq after he quit the Nigerian Navy following a disciplinary action taken against him for violating the social media policy of the force.

Popular content creator and Special Assistant to the Kwara Governor on Creative Industry, Abdulgafar Abiola, also known as Cute Abiola has explained reasons he shared his first salary with aged women and widows, saying the decision stemmed from his promise to always make old people happy.

Abiola was appointed Special Assistant by Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq after he quit the Nigerian Navy following a disciplinary action taken against him for violating the social media policy of the force.

In a video he shared on his Instagram handle where he was seen handing out sealed envelopes believed to have contained money to widows in his constituency, the actor said the gesture was in fulfilment of his covenant with God.

He said he had made a covenant with God to share his first salary as SA to the governor with widows and aged women, adding that he couldn’t have done otherwise.

The content creator extended his love to the people as they in return prayed for him and urged him to keep up the good work he has embarked upon.

In his words:” This is in fulfilment of my covenant with God and the people of my constituency, particularly the old women and widows.”

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