Kot reactions photos Of Newly Elected Nigerian President Sleeping In Public
Nigerians have decided but Kenyans on Twitter believe they would have done better after putting an elderly man at the helm of country.
When they went hunting, Kenyans have managed to garner pics that evidently describe the newly elected president as tired and fullof hunger for sleep. In the pictures the now president is seen taking a nap in different instances without fear or he us at the point he cannot do a thing about it.
Why they opted to go for him, is a story of another day, Africans problems are beyond Africanson other stories consendering the elections, Tension is building up and let all election results that do not pass the credibility and transparency test be canceled," Olusegun Obasanjo.
The former Nigerian president observed the election process has been corrupted.
He said most of the results that are brought are not true reflections of the will of Nigerians.
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