Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham, an ambassador of Revolution plus has announced that she has ended her working relationship with the real estate company
While trying to quench the negatives of an angry customer who took to the social media with the allegation not getting her land after full payment, Revolution Plus has been dealt with another blow.
Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham also an ambassador of Revolution plus has announced that she has ended her working relationship with the real estate company.
The actress made the announcement via a short statement she released on Saturday.
She never mentioned why she ended the ambassadorial deal with the company but this may be connected with some complaints raised by customers of the company.
“For those who are observant? You would have noticed my inactivity about the Revolution Plus brand. Got 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 in its future dealings and strength to deal with existing issues,” the statement from the actress reads.
In 2022, Toyin was among the brand ambassadors called out by customers after they accused Revolution Plus of failing to allocate properties to them after they made the full payment.
In the heat of the controversy, several aggrieved clients took to social media to drag the entertainers for representing the company despite its alleged involvement in fraud.
But in their reactions, the entertainers called on affected customers to exercise patience, assuring that the issue would be resolved.
In an Instagram post in 2022, Toyin said she has already reached out to the company. She also dismissed claims that she had left the real estate brand.
“I am not leaving the brand as I can say they keep to their words, it’s just that we have issues that need to be resolved,” she wrote.