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See Epic Photo Of How Ambode’s Children Welcomed Buhari In Lagos

A rare photo of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode‘s children paying courtesy to President Muhammadu Buhari has emerged on the social media.

Naija News reports that the President visited Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial city, where Ambode is the governor, to commission some projects constructed by the Lagos state government.

This online news platform learned that upon the President’s arrival, he paid a courtesy visit to the governor.

During the courtesy visitation, President Buhari met with the family of Governor Ambode including his wife and children.

Though detail of the meeting has not emerged, the President’s personal photographer, Bayo Omoboriowo, however, shared a photo of how Ambode’s children paid courtesy to the president.

The photo which was shared on social media network, Instagram, Ambode’s male child could be seen prostrating flat on the ground just to show his respect for the President.

See Epic Photo Of How Ambode's Children Welcomed Buhari In Lagos

Governor Ambode’s son prostrating before President Muhammadu Buhari. Photo credit: Instagram.

Naija News reports that the greeting style is common among the Yoruba race which Ambode is from.

Omoboriowo shared the photo on Instagram with the caption: “This seemingly little moment reminds me of what my mother never stopped emphasizing while we were growing up… “Respect for Elders”. Governor Ambode’s children prostrate to welcome the President to Lagos for the commissioning of Projects during his working visit to Lagos today!

Source: https://www.naijanews.com/2019/04/24/see-epic-photo-of-how-ambodes-children-welcomed-buhari-in-lagos/

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