Maritime work force and online jokester, Abdulgafar Ahmad, otherwise known as Cute Abiola has mixed responses online after he posted a photograph of himself marking the sympathy register of the late British ruler, Queen Elizabeth.
It was glaring that the amusing man set up the sympathy register in his home and anticipated that individuals should come to grieve with him over the death of the sovereign.
His post on his confirmed Instagram page prompted various responses from fans who obviously realize he was messed with the content he put out.
Review that Cute Abiola had before the end of last year burned through 10 days in the guardianship of the Nigerian Navy for posting a video of himself in military uniform via online entertainment.
We were always used to seeing Queen Elizabeth II as the reserved, elegant monarch.
But there were definitely times when she couldn’t keep a straight face. pic.twitter.com/hF7Y6cOXJl
— The Royal Family Channel (@RoyalFamilyITNP) September 9, 2022
The Naval representative, Commodore Saluman Dahun, said Ahmad’s case was a regulatory matter which was dealt with authoritatively.
His associate in the satire business, Debo Adedayo also known as Mr Macaroni, had raised the caution that Cute Abiola may miss. He said he disappeared in the wake of detailing at his office in Navy Town, Lagos on Monday, November 15, 2021.