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Friday, 8 May 2015

Photos: The handshake between Sen. Ndoma 30 years ago & today

Left is Victor Ndoma Egba shaking hands with Gen. Buhari when he was Head of State in 1985. At the time, Ndoma Egba was commissioner in the old Cross River State. 30 years later, Ndoma Egba is now Senate Leader and is seen shaking hands with Buhari this week (right) as he led a delegation of prominent people from Cross River to pay a courtesy visit to the president-elect.

82 comments:

Engr. Daniel said...

Nice history together

ASHANKA said...

SHORO NIYEN

@MEETDREALEVANS said...

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So

AbokiDaWarriBoy said...

Allah Ya ja Zamanin ka Baba Buhari.

EDDY said...

The leaders of tomorrow saying thoe...... Nigeria my country

wilheminna moses said...

So what do I do with the handshake?

Nana smooth said...

Isokay

Abraham Ndu said...

That's life...our paths will always cross...

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Anonymous said...

Shame on the youths

Juliet Iwuno said...

History lesson, yet again. Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

History lesson, yet again. Linda take note!

Chika ibeh said...

history has been repeatin it's self recently o

Miss Independent said...

Old fools, dey will not allow d younger once to rule....

Anonymous said...

How can the country develop/move forward with this trend of recycling of brainless and greedy leaders. When will the youths ever be the leaders of tomorrow when most of them are already brain washed by this old political commandos. God deliver Nigeria.

ONYX linda ikeji first son GODWIN said...

Wow..nothing better than u and ur peers being successful together

ROYAL PRIESTHOOD said...

Wow! History in making, and d memory stays, and lives on. Thumbs up to them, and more power to their elbows.

Davido's driver said...

Ok

Anonymous said...

Hand shake of life

irabo bobby fera favor said...

Ok noted

Anonymous said...

Nigerian youths dis shld b a. Wakeup call for us! Imagine it's still dd same people governing us? @ wat age did d first handshake occur? It's our tuirnn to rule let these old ones rest abeg. Let's take up responsibility after this incoming government!

phatgal said...

wow ndoma don tey o for this game

joshua james said...

And the trend still Continue.



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Anonymous said...

The leaders of tomorrow are not yet born, just like the beautiful ones. Lol.

Paddy, Paddy government.

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Yeah! History repeating itself. Unfortunately Ndoma is not returning to the house.

~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

ary said...

Age hasn't being kind on them and the picture looks reminiscent to the old one!

Anonymous said...

SEEN....TOMJERRYSWIT

Ademola Awolaja said...

Same people..and they told us we were the future leaders

Pidgin Mistress said...

Nice

7F098C19 said...

Is this suppose to be news. Linda? God is still speaking. Engr Emy

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Consistency

5cents said...

Hmmmn.....30 years is a long time. What has he positively contributed biko

Anonymous said...

Isn't it funny that this even and picture was taken 30years ago? And up till now this same people are still in government? I thot they said the future belongs to the youth? Maybe the youths aren't born yet or they are dead!... Yet the so called youths have become a tool for electoral violence by these people and are celebrated as leaders!

Human Being said...

Same people ruling Nigeria since









Human Being No Be God

Chilaka Christian said...

The Same People, Y not make Way for the New Generation Youth? How Time Flies Anyway

christie benjamin said...

Still the same method of hand shake.

sharon juliet said...

Same people in politics, no opportunity for the youths..

yeancah lovemoney said...

the same person leading us for many years

Anonymous said...

Both of dem shuld go and die.....dey r old and stil disturbing....den Wia has d future Nigeria bin.

amaka amanda said...

Ok nice

Anonymous said...

Na so dis country be nah, young shall not posses any government seat only d old once.

Dreezy of kuvuki said...

Yet they say we are the leaders of tomorrow

Sharon john said...

How times flies

Habiba Ummi Sambo said...

The original throwback.

adeyemi, MD said...

The same set of people still on the stage 30 years after. *sigh. Where's now the future of Nigeria they talked about then?

mimi abba said...

So,what's ur point linda?

Anonymous said...

After 30yrs! Dem no still wan rest! So wot is d fate of the baby dat was born as at d date d first pix ws taken? Hez now 30 wt no hope of being at d helm of affairs anywher bcos of pple like dez 2!! Smh

Anonymous said...

All I can deduce from this post is that 30yrs later, Buhari is still our president. Smh





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Oluchi Lambert said...

Good for him

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Thats nice....
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Bonita Bislam said...

Hehe ...

cynthia chukwu said...

Hmmm things has really changed

Promise Ikechukwu said...

And you guys thought is funny for one sets of people to remain in power as if is there birthright or are they the only people in this country?.

Anonymous said...

Any the cycle continues... The same group of individuals in government,,,showing up repeatedly.. No new face,,,no fresh mindset,,,the same ethics.. Yet we chant change..over and over and over. SMH.. May God deliver us..

Zenki Moye Brown said...
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RareSpecie Z said...

This Ndoma Dude is a poison..
Corrupt n Corrosive like the rest of em.
Buhari should 'steer' clear of this ill wind n his likes ASAP.

Anonymous said...

So after this senator was born nobody else capable of doing good on crossrivers was born? Greed with power at the core. Question is what have u done for yourself e with 30 years of power

Sirbong said...

Thirty years after, they are still in power and not wanting to go home and rest so that younger people can also have a taste of it.

Uzoma Benjamin said...

Am tired of this freaking Government....how would same people be in Government over and over again. when you kick them out they rain war. ehat has happened to us the Youths. i am asking the president and Ndoma this question. if you people continue to Rule when would your kids rule? i have always been told that we are the futures of tomorrow. but that's a fat lie.

Sirbong said...

Thirty years after, they are still in power and not wanting to go home and rest so that younger people can also have a taste of it.

Anonymous said...

Selfish Old People.
Lazy Youths.
God deliver my Nigeria

Ogochukwu Anyanwu said...

Historic indeed.

Nancy Ihenacho said...

Nice

Maxwell Akalonu said...

Young lads be like..thought this old men said we the leaders of tomorrow..ah wonder if tomorrow never comes..

Anonymous said...

Yes he has, and deserves to be where he is. He was a commissioner @ 28, and should serve as an example to this government. Most of his critics don't know what he stands for.

olatunde hassan said...

30 years ago!!!! Buhari & Idoma as rulers then, and now shaking hands as rulers...And the youths are just watching. There is God ooooooo!!!

Anonymous said...

We are the leader tommorrow...mtchew!!! i hear..

Once crude oil dry up..na dat time dem go give us power...for now...lets keep dreaming in 3D

Anonymous said...

MY BROTHER WHO JUST CONTESTED FOR HOUSE OF REP WAS 10YRS OLD DURING THAT FIRST HAND SHAKE,HE LOST COS OF COS WE DONT AV A BIG NAME LIKE NDOMA EGBA OR BUHARI,HE IS 40 YRS NOW,HE WILL BE 44 WHEN THIS SAME PPLE WILL BE FIGHTING FOR ANOTHER TERM!!WHITE WASHED SEPULCHRES!!!

Anonymous said...

To all of us the youths , my word of advice is that life is a choice. And we will certainly live with whatever choice we make, when such advice as stay off drugs and abstain from cultism makes no sense to us, nothing will ever make sense. Sen. Ndoma-Egba's story was meant to encourage and challenge us. He was able to get this far by dint of hard work. it might interest us to know that his late father on assuming office as court of appeal judge bequeathed his private legal practice to Kanu Agabi now SAN. His son Victor had to go work and earn salary in Kanu Agabi's Chambers. How many parents will do that today? And to the youths how many of us will accept such decision and not revolt against the father? For record purpose Sen. Ndoma-Egba was appointed commissioner from Kanu Agabi's chambers for which he served for only 2years and 10months. After which he returned to Kanu Agabi's chambers. He was to later set up a law firm Ndoma-Egba Ebri and co with his partner and has been in private business since then till 2003 when he won election to the Senate. If we work hard, we could be better than him. Leave the comfort of your parents home and go see what the future holds for you.

Benita Benish said...

Nice keh

Anonymous said...

And PDP were attacking buhari as a recycled leader,what victor want now

Jules Louis said...

All these politicians with uterior motives.

Anonymous said...

All I see here is bad english.......and some of you think you're ready to be leaders? Smh

Subomi said...

really cool

nangfa yilme said...

What next? Sen. Ndoma will defect to apc n get an appoinment abi? Forgetting the 12yrs he did under pdp in the senate. Smh

nangfa yilme said...

Next is Sen. Ndome moving to apc n getting an appoinment abi? Forgetting the 12yrs he spent in the senate under pdp govt.

Amaka Ngenegbo said...

Youths are the leaders of tomorrow my ass....mtswwwwwww



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Oluchi sampson said...

30 years ago and they still hold tight to power...God help the youth of this country.

rabenzy.sr blogspot said...

Ryt from kinagatin...our teachers keep telling us we are d leaders. Of 2mao......yet our forefathers are still ruling us......maybe na judgement day we go bcom leader.....lol

Holuphorlahan... said...

Recycled administrators...30 years on, the same old people...shoro niyen...

Anonymous said...

Yeah, shame on the youths. Too scared to die for their country. Refuse to join political parties. Content to earn salaries and or be jobless and stay out of government. Allow their daddies and sugar daddies fund their fake lifestyle while the old time politicians still walk the corridors of power.Shame on the Youths

Anonymous said...

Thank you for that. Read a book. Learn proper grammar and maybe then you can be a leader...

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