Toyin Abraham recently acquired a brand new Mercedes Benz car and social media couldn’t keep calm about it. So we guess the actress wants all her ‘Titans’ to get a clear photo of her new ride.
If you describe this photo as a reflection of Toyin’s happiness then you might be totally right. One thing we know for sure is that the actress is having the time of her life with everything falling in place for her.
Toyin Abraham acquires new Mercedes Benz [Video]
The news of the new car acquisition was shared on Instagram on Wednesday, October 23, 2019, by the movie star’s husband, Kola. In a video shared on his page, a visibly excited Toyin is seen test driving the new sleek car.
“Congratulations MUMMY IRE @toyin_abraham. #WGATAP #SONOFMERCY #kolawoleclothings #toyintitans,” he captioned the video.
A few months ago she welcomed her first child with fiance, Kola Ajeyemi.
New reinforced panels are being used to strengthen the border wall in the Calexico area of California.
The new panels will replace the existing secondary barrier with 30-foot tall steel bollards as well as technology improvements, according to the CBP.
CBP says the El Centro and San Diego Sectors have been experiencing high levels of illegal-immigrant traffic. They hope this new addition to the wall will help support the Department of Homeland Security in hindering illegal crossings, and in quelling drug and smuggling activities.
The CBP announced the project earlier this month along with a new border wall project in Tecate, Calif. The $127 million contract to construct both projects was awarded to SLSCO Ltd. in December 2018. It’s being paid to fix dilapidated or outdated border wall designs.
CBP says the additions were not associated with President Trump’s Executive Order 13767, also known as the Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Improvements.
Construction for the Tecate and Calexico projects is expected to cover 15 miles and will continue into 2020, according to CBP.
This news comes as a judge on Saturday blocked Trump from using $2.5 billion in military funding to build the border wall.