The viral photo of the Senator Manager kneeling before James Ibori has continued to stir reactions online. Many socio-political commentators have linked the photo to a political move, while others said Senator James Manager knelt before Ibori out of respect. Note that Senator James Manager is a senator from the Delta South constituency, and he has been a senator since 2003. On the other hand, James Ibori was the governor of Delta State between 1999 and 2007.
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However, Reno Omokri, a former aide to Goodluck Jonathan, has reacted to the viral photo. Reno Omokri shared a video of what happened, and he went on to say Senator James Manager didn't kneel for servitude. Reno Omokri said he knelt out of respect.
Photo: Reno Omokri
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From the video shared, James Ibori was seen praying for people who were present in the room. While James Ibori was praying and wishing the people in the room well, other people in the room were seen kneeling out of respect.
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