Reactions Trails Abia State “First Verified Politician”, Obinna Nwosu

One of the #NotTooYoungToRun enthusiasts and earliest front runner to the Abia State Government House, Obinna Nwosu is grinning after been verified on twitter.
Obi shared his excitement in a post on his newly verified account captioned:

Guess who has just been verified by twitter. This makes me the first Abia state politician in history to be twitter verified.

The post however has generated much reactions as some wondered what kind of achievement this has been while others appreciated it and some were catching cruise with it.

On his part, Yusuf Daura noted its a big win for him

While Uche Obinna wondered what kind of achievement this is, Seyi Laleye hinted twas as per Abia standards

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Ndu on his part believe that this will not make him the governor of the state

Another tweep, Demagogue would rather want Obi to delete the tweet and hand his account over to professionals who will handle his account so he doesn’t mess up.

Recall that Obi had earlier declared his intention to govern the state only to refer to President Muhammadu Buhari’s recent accent to the #NotTooYoungToRun Bill which mandated that anyone vying for the post of a governor must be at least 35 years old and he is currently 32.

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Born Obinna Lawrence Nwosu on 13th December 1990 in Sokoto State. He studied Investment and Finance in England after graduating from Nasarawa State University where he studied Mathematics.

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