Jan 20, 2022

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Identify Me And Get Paid: APC Senator Begins Challenge With Throwback Photo At Harvard Business School – Legit.ng

  • Senator Orji Uzor Kalu is willing to spend some of his hard-earned money on Nigerians on one condition
  • The APC federal legislature questioned Nigerians identify him in a 1997 group photo with Harvard Business School graduates
  • Former Abia state governor said anyone who uses any means to properly identify him Duly rewarded

The head of the Senate, Senator Orji Uzor Kalu, has a tough challenge for Nigerians on Facebook on Wednesday, January 12th

The former governor of Abia shared a group photo of himself and a few other people at Harvard Business School in 1997.

Kalu challenged fellow citizens and Facebook subscribers to identify him in the photo and a reward for their effort en.

He explained that any method to correctly identify him in the photo in the rather t. allowed is an annoying challenge.

The southeastern politician stated:

“Retrospective pictures from my graduation from Harvard Business School in 1997.

“Today is not World Eyesight Day, but let’s test your eyesight. The first 10 people to find OUK in the picture will be rewarded. The best way to get it right is legal. “

2023: Kalu suggests he wants to take part in the presidential race

In the meantime Kalu had stated that he would consider taking part in the 2023 presidential race if the All Progressives Congress (APC) zoned the ticket to the southeast.

Senator Kalu said this Tuesday, May 11th January at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

The Senate Chairman thanked those who were putting up his campaign posters across the country, but added that he had his opinion not yet announced to the public.

He said:

“I would like to continue to thank the people who put up my posters all over Nigeria. I haven’t made up my mind yet whether to participate for the president or not.

“But if the South East is given the opportunity, I’ll think again about whether there’s room because the party hasn’t said where to put the president.

“But I know that the party will bring a president who will work for the unity of the country, which is more important.”