- Social media users have been taken on a trip down memory lane with a throwback photo of Prince Philip and Stella Obasanjo
- The photo, which was taken in December 2003, was shared by TV host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu
- Social media users had one or two things to say about the epic throwback photo
A throwback photo of late Prince Philip and Nigeria's former first lady Stella Obasanjo has got people talking on social media.
TV host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu took tweeps on a trip down memory lane by sharing the photo on his page.
The photo was taken in December 2003 when Queen Elizabeth and her late husband visited Nigeria to attend the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.
In the photo, it seemed that a national anthem was being recited as Prince Philip and Mrs Obasanjo stood at attention.
Reacting to the photo, a Nigerian man identified as Oluwaseyi Osho said he was part of those that welcomed the Queen and her late husband in Abuja.
"I remember this. Back in December 2003, when Queen Elizabeth and her husband came, I was among those that welcomed them at the Abuja City Gate. A memory that'll stay with me for life."
"The two in front are late now. But come to think of it. Mr. Phillip look more older in 2003 than this month when he died."
"The late Madam Stella Obasanjo and the late Sir Phillip. RIP."
"That was when rat was crying like rat, and bird crying like bird."
In other news, the people of the Yaohnanen tribe in Vanuata island who worship Prince Philip as a god have said they believe his spirit will return home to their island.
Social media reacts to striking resemblance between father and son as their 6-month-old photos go viral
According to the people, the late Duke of Edinburgh's spirit will bring peace and harmony to the world.
One of the tribesmen said all happiness comes from him, while another one said he loves him so much and prays that his life connects to Prince Philip's.