- Kingsley Moghalu has shared a lovely snap that showed him doing his Christmas shopping in Enugu state
- The political figure received much admiration on Twitter as people said they wished they met him
- Among his shopping items were bottles of water, wine, and juices for kids
A former presidential candidate, Kingsley Moghalu, who contested during the 2018 general elections has posted his Christmas inventory on Twitter.
The ex Central Bank of Nigeria boss on Tuesday, December 22, posted a photo that he tagged:
"Christmas shopping at Shoprite in Enugu..."
The photo he shared showed him wearing a face mask and a faceguard as a proactive measure against coronavirus.
He has his trolley filled with beverages, water, and wine of different brands. His photo has attracted comments from many people online.
See his post below:
Below are some of the reactions his post got:
"Baba, you dey drink Caprison? I think say na for children."
"And I'm in Enugu, why didn't I visit shoprite the day you came shopping. Hard luck. I pray I will be lucky next time."
"In Enugu, once there is no police escort, No one will recognize you. Everyone one is free to walk the streets and shop."
"Welcome home sir. I really wish to greet you this Christmas. Make my wish come through Sir. Thanks for the good work you are doing."
"Complement of the season sir. We are waiting for the Xmas bag of rice oo."
"Wish I could have been there to meet you in person sir, would have flooded my TL with pictures of the meeting. Compliments of the season sir!"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the former presidential candidate narrated how motorists became unruly when he was driving in Geneva, Switzerland, some time ago.
Moghalu said because the traffic light and the traffic camera that catches violation broke down, motorists threw caution to the wind and drove without regard to traffic rules.
"Driving one day in Geneva years ago, I met a “traffic jam” at a popular junction. Everyone was maneuvering to get ahead. Chaos. Car horns were honking (unbelievable!). Was I in Lagos? The problem: both the traffic light and the traffic camera that catches violations broke down."
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