Today is Thursday being the 1st of April 2021 and a popularly known news Instagram page, Instablog9ja has taken to social media as it discloses the action of Gov. Seyi Makinde that stirred reactions from people. According to the report, Gov. Makinde was captured test-riding a new bike procured from civil servants in Oyo State.
Here Is The Screenshot Of Post Made By Instablog9ja:
The report was also followed with a video which displays the moment Gov. Makinde ride one of the bike. Some persons were spotted around him, they all followed him and captured him as he rides on the road.
This is coming weeks after it was disclosed that Gov. Makinde bought lots of bicycles for easy move of civil servants within the state secretariat.
The moment after Instablog9ja releases update, the were lots of mixed reactions from people. There was nothing wrong or funny with Gov. Makinde's action, but it was obvious that some persons reacted against his action while others commented with laugh emoji.
Here Are Screenshots Which Discloses Reactions:
You Can Watch The Video On Instagram:
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