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Creator of sketches, Cute Abiola leaves the Navy to have fun

Popular comedian and online comic actor, Abdulgafar Ahmad, better known as Cute Abiola, has announced that the Nigerian Navy has approved his release from the force.

The skit maker made this known on Friday via his verified Facebook account.

According to him, serving in the Navy helped instill in him the discipline needed to succeed in life.

“With profound gratitude, I deeply appreciate the Nigerian Navy for giving me the rare opportunity to imbibe discipline through a regulated process in the areas of career development, moral values ​​and ethics. work, just to name a few. I can say without hesitation that I have the intelligence and the finesse of human development required to continue to live a prosperous life.

While appreciating the Chief of Naval Staff, Vice Admiral Awwal Zubairu Gambo and his senior colleagues, he enjoined his fans and wishes to join him in commending them for their immense contribution to the career growth.

“I urge all of my fans to join me in thanking the Chief of the Navy and all of my senior colleagues for contributing so much to the development of my career as I used their pedestal to achieve my duty to protect and defend our dear country.Truly, the Nigerian Navy has become my roadmap to a sustainable career path.

He added that the fact that the Navy Chief of Staff approved his release from the force so he could focus more on his career in the entertainment industry is a testament that the Navy really cares. dreams and aspirations of its staff.

“I was overwhelmed by the approval of my release from the Navy by the Chief of Staff of the Navy so that I would have enough time to passionately pursue my dreams. This singular act of the Chief of Staff- major of the navy is extremely formidable and shows how the navy is very passionate about the dreams of its officers.

He however revealed that although he has left the navy, he will continue to be a good ambassador for the navy both at home and in the Diaspora.

“I am still part of the Nigerian Navy family and promise to continue to positively represent the Nigerian Navy in Nigeria or abroad. I am proud to have served in an institution such as the Nigerian Navy.

“I would like to sincerely thank all my senior colleagues, colleagues and junior colleagues who have contributed a lot to my success, because I wish you good winds and next sea, because I know that you will always remain faithful. Thank you Nigerian Navy,” he concluded.

His release from the Navy Force is coming in a few hours. after his appointment by Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara State as Special Assistant on Creative Industries.

The comedian was detained in November 2021 for a few days by the Nigerian Navy as punishment for breaking military laws by posting a video of himself in military uniform on social media, an act that allegedly violates social media policy armed forces.