Bashir Ahmed tweet about good name and it's value in our society, he met many hillarious comments all aiming at the present administration.
Indeed the yoruba ancestors are one of the wisest people that visited the ancient world.
Many proverb and words from yoruba are evergreen which relates to every matter in our world today.
The yoruba people are wise we always heard.
Bashir Ahmed the president aid could relate to one of the proverb though he came from the Hausa fulani tribe.
Good name is better than gold, gold will loose it's value over time, every possession will cease to exist, but the good names we carry will exist forever and be remembered by generation to generations.
This is the reason why the yoruba ancestors always urge everyone to live right and carry a good name.
When he wrote this down many Nigerian's were angry with the presentation administration and confrontly asked him if that could be said about his boss.
Let's see some of their comments and reactions below.
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