A former gubernatorial candidate in Lagos State, Babatunde Gbadamosi, has warned ”online beggars” to stop sending him messages, demanding for his hard-earned money amid the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
This is coming weeks after Gbadamosi was arrested and detained for violating social distance order, but was released after writing an apology letter to federal government.
Gbadamosi via his Twitter handle has now issued the stern warning and told those asking him to do giveaways, to take their financial problems to the current leaders they voted for.
See his tweets below;
Weeks ago, Gbadamosi was arrested and detained after being spotted in a viral video attending a birthday party organised by Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele-Bello for her husband, Abdul-Rasheed Bello, held in Amen Estate, Ibeju-Lekki axis of the state.
Following the arrest of Funke Akindele, Gbadamosi had apologized for attending the house party, violating the Lagos State Government’s order, which barred a public gathering of more 20 people.