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Nollywood Actor, Jide Awobona splashes millions on Rolls Royce

Nollywood actor Jide Awobona who just turned 39, has joined the elite club of owners of Rolls Royce Club.

The star cast of the famous comedy series, “Jenifa’s Diary”, took to his Instagram page to share photos of him posing with his newly dark red Rolls Royce.

On the caption, he wrote: “THANK YOU LORD.”

Friends and fans of the actor didn’t hold back while celebrating with him in the comment section.

Netizens React:

officialarole said: “I can bet my life this car is not your only car, you have Range Rover, you have 2 more of this!!!!. You’re just too humble”

zicsaloma wrote: “congrats ??”

officerwoos wrote: “M M Mr Money?”

miz_bimbs said: “Congratulations ? our murasi partner, more of this blessing in Jesus name??”

justadeotun wrote: “Baba ashabi agba❤️congratulations. New grace follow u IJN❤️❤️”

oba_ofogunstate wrote: “Congratulations sirrrrr!!!!!!This baby shall give birth to bigger babies wey pass hin age??”

iamabiodunadebanjo said: “King Jide for a reason !! Congratulations Blooda me ??❤️❤️❤️”

Meanwhile in a similar news, Actor Jide Awobona has urged colleagues and fans to set clear boundaries with domestic staff.

Speaking from personal experience, Jide revealed that he had been too generous and trusting with his staff, overlooking small thefts and misdemeanors until a staff member stole $100 from his wallet.

He cautioned colleagues against emotional attachment with staff, advising them to maintain a professional relationship with them.

“I think it’s high time we stopped applying emotions in relating with our domestic staff, when they steal as small as chewing gum like this new one did, take it up (though I didn’t, but gage warning) that’s how I overlooked a lot until the previous one stole $100 from my wallet after several Nairas I thought I misplaced or spent, thinking it will transform his life. Ko si bi won se ma se ebolo. Do your work, get paid and move.

“Let them do the job they are meant to do. Get paid and move, don’t maltreat them. Though we go as far as giving clothes, food and all but don’t apply emotions, I realised they don’t love you as much as you love them or try to love them,” Jide wrote on Instagram.

By Ezinne Okorie.

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