Actor Odunlade Adekola chose to stick with Revolution property after his colleague, Toyin Abraham, disassociated herself from the brand due to alleged fraudulent activities.
Toyin Abraham’s action was lauded by her fans, who noted that a good name is more valuable than gold and silver.
“For those who are observant. You would have noticed my inactivity about the Revolution Plus brand. God the purpose of business confidentiality. I won’t be going into the back and forth that happened between us, but I can let you know freely that I have stopped working with the brand and all official engagement between us stops by 31st of this month.
I am grateful for the opportunity and I am so sorry for those that have experienced inconvenience working with them. I wish the company well it’s future dealings and strength to deal with existing issues”. Toyin Abrahm announced.
Surprisingly, her colleague, Odunlade adekola chose to stick with the brand by renewing his ambassadorial deal with them.
“I will like to use this medium to appreciate RevolutionPlus Property for allowing my great fans know what I’ve been doing day and night to resolve the issue on ground up to the level of refunding over 700million naira. I believe and I pray that all issues on ground will be resolved by God’s grace.
Thank you and I love you all” he announced moments ago on Instagram.
The brand also confirmed his deal with them saying “REVOLUTIONPLUS PROPERTY APPRECIATES LOYAL AND LONGEST SERVING BRAND AMBASSADOR ODUNLADE.
This is an appreciation post to our loyal and longest serving brand ambassador, Mr Odunlade Adekola.
Your involvement and sheer dedication cannot be overlooked by the company. We appreciate all that you have been doing for the brand since over five years that you have joined the RevolutionPlus Property family.
We appreciate your hardwork and commitment despite malicious and mischievous campaign being circulated on social media
Mr Adekola, thank you for your dedication and your involvement in ensuring all dissatisfied customer’s complaints are resolved.”