Dele Momodu, the publisher of Ovation Magazine, has posted an old photo of himself and Asiwaju Bola Tinubu on his Twitter account. The photo was taken in London in 1996, according to the veteran journalist, when they were both seeking asylum due to the violence of late General Sani Abacha.
The picture shared by the veteran journalist has generated different reactions on social media. See some of the reactions below.
Oyetomi said: "They sent it wanting you to confirm whether he was in his 50s or 40s at the time.
But age is often said to be just a number. Inasmuch as he is brilliant and balanced, he can shoot his shot at the presidency.
But let me join them to do 'amebo', was BAT in his 50s in this picture?"
Abubakar said: "But some of you that joined politics after Abacha junta are richer than him except Soyinka. Am I right?"
Obinna said: "Then he didn't have private jets and Lekki Tollgate etc. Until they mistakenly trusted him with Lagos state funds. Since then his knee has remained on Lagos state neck."
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