The popular saying "behind every great/successful man there stands a woman", seems to be true for Nigerian politicians. Every top Nigerian politician have a strong woman (there wives) behind them. And they don't joke with their wives. They often come out in public to acknowledge the impact their wives have in their success as politicians. And they are not ashamed to show their affections to them in public.
Below are photos of the romantic moment of politicians and their wives;
1. President Buhari
2. Governor David Umahi
4. Bola Tinubu
6. Vice President Osinbajo
7. Senator Saraki8. Adams Oshiomhole9. Senator Rochas Okorocha
This article should encourage the youths that have the aspiration to venture into party politics to not only see the above politicians as mentors in politics alone, but mentors in marital life. None of the positions above have had a marriage scandal before. And they respect and acknowledge the impact women have in the society.
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