Earlier today, a photo of Senator James Manager Kneeling before James Ibori trended online. A lot of people read different meanings to the photo, some said it is a political move while others simply described it as an act of respect.
One of those who described it as an act of respect is popular Nigerian Social Media Activist and PDP supporter, Reno Omokri. Reno Omokri took to his YouTube handle where he shared a video of what actually transpired before Senator James Manager knelt before Ibori.
Click HERE for the video.
From the video shared by Reno, the former governor of Delta state, James Ibori was seen praying for people who were present with him in a meeting. All of them knelt down in respect including James Manager. Explaining further, Reno Omokri said James Manager knelt before Ibori out of respect and not out of servitude.(James Manager |Google|)
Senator James Manager is the current Lawmaker representing Delta South Senatorial district at the National Assembly. He assumed office in 2003.
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