Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari, caused reactions on the media as he was spotted riding okada (motorcycle). People showed excitement and showered praises on him for his simple style of life.
Two photos of Abba Kyari riding okada surfaced online. The photos were reportedly shared by Abba Kyari's brother, Mohammed Kyari.
In one of the pictures, Abba Kyari Kyari was riding alone and he was without security. In the other one, he was giving someone a ride.
Popular news platform, Legit.ng, posted the photos on their facebook page. Use the link below to have access to the post on facebook.
Facebook users flooded the comment section with reactions. Affakings Henry said that Abba Kyari was a good man. He also recounted how he had worked for Kyari at Abuja and how workers smiled anytime he came around.
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