Cute Abiola, the skit maker, says he has donated his first salary as a special assistant to Governor AbdulRahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara on the creative industry to 60 old women and widows in the state.


In a Twitter post on Wednesday, the comedian said it has always been his wish since his appointment to support women with his first salary.

He also shared a video in the post wherein he could be seen handing over the cash gift to the women.

In the footage, Abiola appeared emotional while the women prayed for him.


“On November 4, 2022, when I saw my appointment as the SSA to the Governor of Kwara State on Creative Industries, I had a strong covenant with God that I will use my first salary in office to support old women and widows,” he wrote.

“Today, I am indeed glad to have supported 60 women with my first salary in office. I pray that God continues to give me the strength to continue this template.”

Born Abdulgafar Ahmad Oluwatoyin, the skit maker was appointed as the senior special assistant (SSA) to the Kwara governor on November 4.

The comedian also recently quit the Nigerian navy in order to pursue his political dream.


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