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Interesting! These Photos of Barack Obama and His Family in Church Have Got Nigerians Seriously Talking

 
 
Nigerians on social media have taken time to talk about how Nigerian leaders appear in church and how leaders of other countries do too.
These photos of President Barack Obama of the United States of America, are making the rounds on Nigerian social media.
 
The reason for the renewed interest in the US president's church photos have been sparked by the how simple he appeared in each of the services.
 
Nigerians on social media have argued that if Barack Obama was a Nigerian, he would never sit anywhere other than the front seat and in a special chair made only for him. 
 
However as these photos show, Obama and his family can be seen sitting right within the congregation with other worshippers and not even in the front seat.
 
See more photos below:
 
 

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