All Progressives Congress (APC)'s Spokesperson Engineer Joe Igbokwe has posted two different photos with comparisons given on the one which should be accepted and one that should not be. A post after which Engineer Igbokwe made wrote a caption that reads, 'The real, the fake and the original'.
This new post came from Joe Igbokwe hours after he had criticized what he believed was a disgraceful and unpatriotic act that a lady had displayed, which speaks volumes about Nigeria.
Recall that in a video clip, a lady identified as Udeh Chiamaka Victoria was seen to have held up a flag stained with blood, denoting an alleged Lekki-Tollgate brutality. That was during the Miss Africa Russia Pageant show that took place in Moscow, Russia on Sunday 13th.
Was Igbokwe right to have referred to that single act as 'disgraceful'? I believe the APC Spokesperson was right? The reason is simply attached to that adage which says, "You don't wash your dirty linen outside.'' This means the lady had made a little mistake for holding that flag to remind Nigerians and the world of the alleged bloodshed at Lekki-Tollgate. Even if the allegation was correct, that display wasn't necessary.
Meanwhile, the two photos displayed Mr. Joe Igbokwe Show two personalities in foreign lands and what they had done differently.
The Super Falcon star, after winning laurels with Barcelona last season, wasn't ashamed to have shown to her teammates and the world that she is proud of her country Nigeria, anytime and anywhere. She simply demonstrated that by covering herself with the green white green flag. That is patriotism, isn't it?
2.Udeh Chiamaka Victoria
She had a golden opportunity to portray a good image of Nigeria before the world during the Miss Africa Russia Pageant but simply missed it out by disgracing Nigeria before the world. That's quite unpatriotic, is it?
Credit: Joe Igbokwe
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