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“I’m Frustrated” – Woli Arole Cries Out For Help

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Nollywood actor Oluwatoyin Bayegun popularly called Woli Arole, has cried out about being frustrated following the current situation in Nigeria. Woli Arole

In a video shared on her Instagram page, Woli Oluwatoyin said the country’s situation is pretty unfair, from a total blackout to a hike in fuel and ASUU strike, which does not make sense.
READ ALSO: A Lot Of People Abused Me Because I Wash Plates For My Wife – Woli Arole

Woli laments bitterly that the frustration in the country make it difficult for people to fulfil their destiny and dreams.

The father of one added that he would get his PVC to ensure that Nigerians get the desired change they need because talking will not solve the problems.

In his words: I think this is pretty unfair, very very unfair and its the truth, in the same season, total blackout, hike in fuel, ASUU strike, it does not make sense, that’s me, I will pour out my mind, Nigerians are frustrating us, do you want to be sucking each other’s blood? frustration is too much, to achieve a dream in this country is stressful, to fulfil destiny is stressful. I will go and get my PVC because talk, talk will not solve the prove, we have to swing into action.

 

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KOKO TV recalls Woli Arole, who received numerous abuse following his recent interview on washing plates for his wife.
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Woli, featured on TVC programme ‘Your View’ where he shared some of the challenges he faced in his relationship before marriage saying he’s always excited about washing plates for his wife.

In a post shared on his Instagram page, Woli Arole said while some people abused him over the statement, others commended him.

Woli said Nigerians have a lot of wrong mindsets about marriage, from entitlement to insecurity and high-level conversion over the next person.

According to Woli, marriage is about companionship, sacrifice, love, support and help.

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