Nairabet owner, Akin Alabi has promised to deal with landlords who refuse to rent out their house to single women in his constituency.
Akin Alabi who represents Egbeda/Ona Ara Federal Constituency at the House of Assembly, took to Twitter shortly after he assumed office to make this warning.
“Any landlord in that turns down a woman in my constituency in Ibadan because she is single will see my red eye from next month.”
“There is something called discrimination. I won’t rent my house to single women. I won’t rent my house to blacks etc is DISCRIMINATION. Anyone that’s suffers this will have my backing and support to take on such landlords.”
Few days ago, Akin Alabi advised people to stay away from the idea of starting a print magazine business.
In a post he shared on social media, Akin Alabi revealed that print magazine business is in comatose and about to die.
His words can be buttressed by the rise of New Media which is fast seeing g many contents that would have featured in magazines now being published online.
Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and blogs are gradually taking a lion share of what print magazine use to have. News that people would have waited hours before accessing are now at their finger tips. This has reduced the rate at which magazines sell and sorted after.
Sharing on social media, Akin Alabi wrote:
This is 2019… don’t start a print magazine business.
Print magazine business is in coma. It will die soon. Digital is the present and future.
Whether you love it or not. Whether you are passionate about it or not.
You Will Fail.
Don’t even think about it. Print publication is in coma, about to die. Tell that friend of yours not to try it.
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