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Pictures have surfaced on the internet showing President Muhammadu Buhari and his vice, Professor Yemi Osibanjo demonstrating a new way of exchanging pleasantries during a dinner with the 'High Level CBN Round Table for Growth'.
The quite hilarious scene between the president and his vice gave the other personalities present at the dinner something to smile about.
In one of the pictures, the president was seen to be clicking his elbow adjacent that of his vice. He looked quite serious with his new greeting gesture while his vice could not hide his cheerful feelings during the act.
Could this be an attribute of the global pandemic of coronavirus which has discouraged the shaking of hands?
In another picture, Prince Nduka Obaigbena, the Group chairman of ThisDay Newspaper and Arise TV attempted to follow suit by extending his elbow to the president in what also looked like the 'elbow shake'.
Other personalities present at the dinner include:
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