There are few things people in high position can do.
Many people get to power and develop some new characters, thereby refusing to bow or respect those who are meant to be respected and protected.
However that is not the case of the river state governor, Nyesom Wike.
In the attached picture, governor woke is seen holding an umbrella for the former president of Nigeria. This is humility and a sense of responsibility of the highest order.
Hardly will you see an elected governor or a highly recognized politician doing this for a political friend or brother. Governor woke is humble and we'll mannered, this is probably one of the reasons why the PDP people elected him into office. A man who can do this in the public would surely do more to protect and promote welfarism in private.
Such act deserved to be recognized and forever appreciated.
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