Toyin Abraham- I am not an ambassador to NCDC

Written by on April 17, 2020

Nollywood actress Toyin Abraham recently took to her social media platform to clear the air about the rumor going around that she has been used to replace Funke Akindele as the new ambassador for the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC). In her post, she revealed that she isn’t an ambassador to NCDC and stated that she will not like to drag her senior colleague down by taking advantage of a bad situation.



You may recall that Funke Akindele was formerly the face for the NCDC campaign against covid-19 in Nigeria before she was arrested and detained for hosting a private birthday party for her husband, JJCSkillz in their home.

“It has just being brought to my attention that blogs are reporting that I am now NCDC ambassador. Implying that I have been used to replace a senior colleague. That line of thought necessitate I put this out there. I am not an ambassador to NCDC. I do not like the narrative that I am trying to take advantage of a bad situation. Please I support the campaign against Covid-19, I appeared on a video campaign against the pandemic but please let’s not drag anyone down. Thank you.


Toyin Abraham “

“We are all human and bound to make mistakes because, LIFE DOES NOT COME WITH A MANUAL BOOK.


If you do not learn, you cannot grow, and you either learn from your own mistakes or another person’s mistakes, this is how we grow in life. If no one makes mistake means we are all equal to God because, only God is above mistakes.
Don’t let people use your past mistakes to invalidate your current growth. People’s inability to accept your DEVELOPMENT , PROGRESSION and MATURITY is not your PROBLEM but theirs.

Make your past your reference and not your residence and allow people who wants to live there to remain there for as long as they want, it’s their choice.
Therefore, before you judge or criticize someone for their past mistakes, remember that CHAPTER IN YOUR LIFE THAT YOU DON’T READ ALOUD, if people got to read it, would you like to be judged or criticized by it? Think about it.



Watch the video by Toyin Abraham here;


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