Is there anything wrong in GEJ standing at the back row?

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A few people online are criticizing President Jonathan for allowing himself to be placed at the back row of this pic taken at the recently concluded US-Africa summit in D.C. Some say its disrespectful as he is the leader of the ‘Giant of Africa’. But some argue that it really doesn’t matter as long as he was recognized and invited.

What do you think? Is there really anything wrong with him standing at the back row?

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  1. Hahahahahahahahahah! Dis GEJ na serious mumu. Eh nono say na US-Africa Summit and Nigeria is d Leader of Africa??? D man lack confidence.

  2. G.E.J lacks confidence….. Everything is wrong with him taking that position, do you think Obasanjo would have stood there or even Yar’Adua. This GEJ is a disgrace to the south. I am from the south and I wish we were represented in that office by somebody else coz I don’t know if we’ll ever get a chance like this. See where the Idiot is standing, do the people in the front row have two heads? Agnatha man, Ode as the Yoruba folks would say.


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