Nigerians on social media have some hilarious moments as pictures of President Muhammadu Buhari sharing money with some little kids surfaced online.
Legit.ng notes that the pictures surfaced on social media amid the creation of the Stingy Men Association of Nigeria (SMAN).
The fun group was created as a form of funny revolt from men who have had enough of giving their hard-earned money to female counterparts.
Although the trend started with just a few social media users, it has now gathered momentum with several notable male personalities in the entertainment industry using their voices to amplify the existence of the association.
With President Buhari seen sharing what appears to be two pieces of N500 notes each to the kids, some Nigerians on social media assign various roles to him under the stingy men association.
Bunmi Victor Fasae, @bunmifasae, said on Twitter that President Buhari is the GO (General Overseer) of SMAN.
Chidubem Ferdinand Atuokoye, @Trinity_Don_JFK, said:
“Imagine going to visit the president of your country and he gifts you N1000, what would be your reaction??”
Reacting to the tweet, @IbrahimJafr said President Buhari is the founder of SMAN.
In his own reaction, @HOOricane refers to the president as the GP (Grand Patron) of SMAN.
Another Twitter user, @WizdraqueCK even went further to generate an Identity Card for President Buhari, saying he is the association’s grand patron.
Similarly, @KhamisAbdulrauf described the president as SMAN’s grand patron with his generated ID card.
Adenekan Mayowa, @Mayorspeaks, said:
“President Buhari confirms his membership with Stingy Men Association of Nigeria, SMAN as he is pictured gifting young boys #1,000”
Meanwhile, while a good number of prominent Nigerians have declared their membership of the trending group, some others have regarded the whole idea with disdain.
One outspoken former Nigerian senator who has reacted to the establishment of the group is Shehu Sani.
On his Twitter page on Wednesday, January 13, the former federal lawmaker who represented Kaduna Central asked who will pay for the registration of the group, the venue for its meetings, and refreshment.
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