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Thursday, August 18, 2022

Nigerians Lambast Man For Kneeling Down Before Atiku

 Many believe that it was wrong of him to have knelt down to talk to the politician.


 
 
Nigerians on social media have lambasted a young man for kneeling while addressing, Atiku Abubakar, the Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party.
 
Many believe that it was wrong of him to have knelt down to talk to the politician.
 
The photo elicited comments on social media.
 
 
See below:
 
Abdul Rasheed wrote:
 
"H.E @atiku is such a leader that listens, he is very accommodating and places a high premium on great ideas. Atiku presidency would create the conditions for equitable transformation across the board; he would unite the country, and inspire substantive progress"
 
See reactions: 
 
@jack_ng01
 
Because he is listening to you is the reason why you are kneeling down for him??
 
You see why Peter Obi is different? He will never allow you to kneel down for him and talk to him, NEVER!
 
My brother we don't want a President we cannot talk to. We need a humble leader like Peter
 
@pascalsmauel4 replied
 
Did you have to kneel while talking to him ?
 
You are a free man and not a slave fgs
 
@princeLince
 
Everything is wrong with you!
 
For the umpteenth time, we do not want Baba as a Leader, we want Servant Leaders. You have no business kneeling before someone who is begging you to vote him.
 
@Ezeudobobpete
We need to understand the difference between cultural/traditional leadership and political leadership. Kneeling before a political leader is unacceptable. It has no place in modern democracy. Is Atiku your traditional/cultural leader ? This is insane
 
@slimchineme
 
Nigerians love being oppressed. I have never seen a people so comfortable in chains like Nigerians.
They kneel before all manner of questionable characters but malign simple and honest people.

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