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An associate of Senator representing Delta South, James Manager, has explained why he was seen kneeling before a former Governor, James Ibori, in a picture that has gone viral.

The source familiar with the matter disclosed on Friday that it was just a sign of respect in Urhobo culture.

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He confirmed the picture was taken on Wednesday when Manager paid Ibori a courtesy visit.
Providing the details, he said: “Senator went to visit him on Wednesday.
“Ibori is a senior, a king and an elder to him, being his former boss.
“Whenever you go to pay homage to an Urhobo elder or someone you hold in high esteem, you kneel down.

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“It is a sign of appreciation for people to show who the person is to you.
“Things are just being twisted on social media.
“It is a personal relationship.
“You don’t expect the senator to stand up to address Ibori.
“Senator came to pay homage to him because he had not seen Ibori in a long time and he took drinks.
“Those are the drinks you see on the table in the picture.”


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