As they say, wonders shall never end. It is no longer uncommon to see people who often do bizarre things in public. Have you ever heard that a governor could purchase bicycles for old civil servants in his state before?. Here is a practical example for you to see and possibly learn.
Presently, the governor of Oyo state, Governor Makinde is trending once again on many social media platforms. If you recall, this governor purchased bicycles for civil servants in his state a few weeks ago. After governor Makinde purchased bicycles for civil servants in his state, the outspoken governor was spotted test riding the bicycle in Oyo state today. While he was riding the bicycle, he mistakenly stepped on the wrong pedal and almost fell.
This video has caused a stir as many people are reacting to it. The majority thinks that this is indeed a good move. They however advised him to do more for his state.
There are a few others who think differently. This category of people opined that the said governor is indeed leading by example.
What do you think?.
• Do you think that he is leading by example?.
• Do you think that he is a good governor?.
• Do you think that he has done well for his people?.
Here is a link to watch the video;
Here are some pictures;
• Governor Makinde riding bicycle today;
Nigerians are however reacting.
Here are some comments so far;
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