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Toyin Abraham, Mo Bimpe Make Lagos Top 100 Women List.

March 17, (THEWILL) – The duo of Nollywood actresses, Toyin Abraham-Ajeyemi and Adebimpe Oyebade, also known as Mo Bimpe, have been listed among the Lagos State top 100 women.

The award was given to 100 women, who are doing exploits in Lagos State as a form of celebrating International Women’s day.

The two actresses took to their individual Instagram handles to announce their recognition.

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Toyin shared a picture of her award plaque and thanked governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the governor of Lagos State for the award.

“Thank you sir, your Excellency, @jidesanwoolu and @lagosstategovt. Thanks for the recognition. Eshey Modupe, Eko o ni baje.

Mo Bimpe also shared a picture of her award plaque and appreciated the governor and the state government for the opportunity.

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“A big thanks to the Governor of Lagos State, his Excellency @jidesanwoolu for this heartwarming recognition.

“Nothing excites more than being recognised for what you do. The @lagosstategovt named me among the Eko100 Women on International Women’s day and I’m grateful beyond words.

“DEAR YOUNG WOMAN, this is to tell you that the world is watching and you’ll definitely be celebrated. Don’t stop pushing, don’t stop trying and please don’t break the bias.

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“Thanks once again your excellency governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu @jidesanwoolu. Eko o ni baje.”

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