Governor Rotimi Amaechi Still Dances Azonto Even In Troubled Times!

governor amaechi dancing azonto

July 14, 2013 – Governor Rotimi Amaechi Dancing Azonto Even In Troubled Times!

This is a lesson for all of us, let’s make it a duty to let go of our sorrows even in the face of tough life’s battles, we should learn to give thanks.

The bobo in the above picture is going through some rough political battle as we speak but he never allowed his challengers to get him down.

Keep on rocking Amaechi.. e go better.

Note: The above picture was taken during a road construction project inspection.

25 thoughts on “Governor Rotimi Amaechi Still Dances Azonto Even In Troubled Times!

  1. If there is no depression there won’t be oppression. Ride on in His majesty my brother. God will see you through in Jesus Name. Amen.

  2. If e like make e dance atigi non of una business any body way say him no good make e go hug transformer UP AMAECHI

  3. First of all i like Amechi and Rochas Okolocha..their my best two governors in naija…..secondly he is nt dancing there..he seems maintaining posture after jumping gutter…jst as Jiemy posted……God bless nigeria

  4. Has he gone mad to stoop so low to be dancing on a highway without any musical instruments.The most obstinate governor.Naijagist beware!

  5. THE MAN WAS AT SERIOUS ASSESSMENT OF JOB NOT DANCING .YOU STARTED THE REPORT VERY WELL, BUT TURN TO AY/AWILO AT LAST COMMENT.

  6. He’s not dancing but trying to maintain his balance. He has not time for the little minds of GEJ & his likes. @ JP Zionist. In as much as you’re entitled to your opinion,pls express them with some decorum. Amaechi is nobody’s stooge.

  7. d caption attracks attention but false!D man carries on his duty to monitor progress on money spent.pls &pls do not do things like 1 sw papers that sold like hot cake during military 4 false infn.rotimi is making history amidst d enemy.
    D best of governor and manager of crisis!rotimi, oluwa yoo duro ti dopin

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