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Governor Dapo Abiodun’s New Look Leave Tongues Wagging On Social Media (Photos)
Governor Dapo Abiodun’s new look
The Governor of Ogun state has unveiled a new look via his Twitter handle.
Dapo Abiodun’s new look instantly generated mixed reactions with many hailing him.
Abiodun through his official Twitter page @dabiodunMFR, shared his new year message unveiling his new look.
“The past year came with its own challenges, but we are grateful we have renewed hopes for a better New Year 2021. The Ogun State Government remains committed to good governance and productive investments in critical sectors.” He tweeted.
In 2020, Abiodun adorned different face masks to occasions with many not suspecting his new look.
Here are a few reactions culled from social media;
Ridwan Adeleke said, “When did you start growing beards sir? It’s fine but It really changed your looks… You resemble Chris Ngige”
@GreatRufus1 said, “I almost can’t recognise my Governor again with his white Irun’gbon. 2021 look na wow!”
@boda_lanre said, “Hahahaha, The mask worn all the time didn’t let is see that Baba has grown the beard. Happy New Year Sir.”
Soyola Sodunke said, “You’re getting more handsome my governor. The beard is nice! Happy new year sir.”
Gbadamosi Odofin said, “New year, new beards”
Hameed Salako on Dapo Abiodun’s Facebook page said, “Your Excellency sir, you mean this beard have been growing under the face mask? Interesting!”
Also, Abimbola Sotunde said, “Haha, I can’t recognise my governor again, this wearing of nose mask dey do wonders o. Anyway, it’s beautiful. Happy new year to you sir and to all my good people of Ogun State. Aseyi semii”
“His Excellency, just seeing the beards for the first time. Is this 2021 symbol?” Jegede John commented
The past year came with its own challenges, but we are grateful we have renewed hopes for a better New Year 2021.
The Ogun State Government remains committed to good governance and productive investments in critical sectors. pic.twitter.com/glpFLVAryj
— Prince Dr. Dapo Abiodun – MFR (@dabiodunMFR) January 1, 2021