Nollywood actress Oloruntimilehin Bosede Bukola, popularly known as Kiitan Bukola, has stirred curiosity by publicly disclaiming ownership of the multimillion-naira property that was demolished by the government several months ago, leaving many bewildered.
Gossipinfo had reported in October that, following the demolition of properties in Lekki by the Lagos State government, Kiitan had expressed her distress. In a visibly drained state, she shared a video where she looked devastated, stating that Nigeria had finally happened to her. Reacting to the heartbreaking news, her senior colleague, Iyabo Ojo, extended support by offering her accommodation.
Now, Kiitan is refuting ownership of the property that was destroyed during the demolition. In an interview with Debbie Shokoya, she clarified that she never explicitly stated that the property belonged to her. According to her, the video was shared to express solidarity with others facing similar challenges, emphasizing that she never claimed ownership of the demolished house. She asserted that if the property were indeed hers, those close to her would be aware of it.
Kiitan further explained that the intention behind the post was to communicate to people she had worked for, making them aware of the tough time she was going through. The actress clarified that the video was not meant to assert ownership of a particular property but rather to take a break from her hectic work schedule.
This revelation adds a layer of complexity to the narrative surrounding the demolished property, raising questions about the initial interpretation of Kiitan’s video and the subsequent reactions to it. As the actress sets the record straight, it emphasizes the importance of clarity in communication, particularly in the age of social media where information can be easily misconstrued.
The movie star’s statement didn’t sit well with many who slammed her for misleading her fans and lovers.
One Favoured Nurse Bee wrote, “Is the house yes or not? She won’t be a straightforward person. Why try to gain people’s attention with a caption
One City Girlll wrote, “Is the house yours or not? Fejo le
One Omobolanle Aisha wrote, “I saw the video, and the way she captioned it, was as if it was her house
One Seun Funmi wrote, “Your caption made me believe the house is yours, it’s a bit misleading
One Pretty Deelah wrote, “Excuse not valid
One Nikky Luxury Palace wrote, “You still didn’t answer the question if the house was yours or not. From all indications and directions, the house was obviously yours
One Dr Prenure wrote, “That response isn’t smart tho. You actually lead people in and we all felt sorry for you so coming out now to stylishly debunk it this way isn’t smart
One Shosomtin wrote, “Answer a direct question nah. Nigerians and ambiguity 5&6
One Marima Clothing And Asooke wrote, “Hmmm fake life yi poor. Is the house yours or not. I can’t trust somebody like this”.