Kashim Shettima, who recently became the vice president-elect of the federal republic of Nigeria after the just concluded election may have stunned some Nigerians, after a throwback photo of his days in the university surfaced online.
According to Vanguard News who shared the photo, the former governor of Borno reminisced the days he was still in the university of Maiduguri, Borno state.
However, some immediately took to the social media space to give their reactions to such a throwback photo, where one user referred to him as Nigeria's future vice president.
Another user who may have felt gladdened by the picture pointed out that all these hatred has no use, as it will not make them produce the next president.
Others also expressed concern over him not always wearing a smiling face, as they further went ahead to congratulate him.
Below are screenshots of some of the reactions from people. What's your opinion about this? Kindly drop your thoughts in the comment section below.
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