Nigerian Governors in the past month have made their citizens laugh with their funny display in public, starting from governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State who was seen playing football, and governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State who was seen riding a bicycle, and now Gov. Umar Ganduje of Kano State was seen riding a Power-bike which has caused reactions from Nigerians.
The Governor test-ride the power bikes when he distributed it to the state's traffic control agency, and Nigerians have reacted to this with a user saying "forget sentiment, this man is working".
See pictures of him riding the bike below 👇
See screenshot of when Abiyamo posted pictures of him on their Facebook page
See Reactions From Nigerians below 👇
Samuel wrote: forgot sentiment, this man is working.
Stephen wrote: "Na now the insecurity go worst".
Joeboy wrote: looking nice for better performance.
Reel wrote: it is a welcome development.
Baba: impressive Mr governor.
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