The five times senator, James Manager representing Delta South Senatorial District was captured kneeling in before Ibori for his support for the next governor of the state.
Ibori James is an ex-Governor of Delta State and an ex-convict. He was indicted in the US for looting the state treasury and was jailed.
Manager has been a senator for 20 years without a major project to his name in his senatorial district. Manager was on his knees before the former Governor, Chief Onanefe James Ibori, in his Oghara home.
According to a report by the SaharaReporters, Senator James Manager is one of the candidates in the plans of the Ijaw people to push for the state governor in 2023.
This came after the Prime Minister of Tuomo Kingdom, High Chief Loyibo earlier insisted that it was time to give the Ijaw people a chance to govern the state.
Weeks after some bigwigs in the state agitated for a power shift to the Ijaw region, Manager was seen kneeling and begging for consideration before Chief Ibori.
What is your opinion on this act by some of the Nigerian politicians?
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