Joshua Prostrates For President Buhari In UK

Heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua was photographed prostating before President Muhammadu Buhari during a meeting in the United Kingdom on Saturday.

According to Channels Television, Joshua was photographed presenting his IBF, WBA, WBO, and IBO titles to Buhari.
The 30-year-old was also seen taking some selfies with the President.

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He recently reclaimed his world titles after securing a unanimous points decision win against Andy Ruiz Jr.

Top government officials present at the meeting had in attendance Governor Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama; and his Trade and Investment counterpart, Adeniyi Adebayo.

Others included the Chairman/CEO of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa; and the Nigeria’s High Commissioner to the UK, Justice Adesola Oguntade, among other dignitaries.

Buhari is in London to participate in the inaugural UK-Africa Investment Summit holding on Monday, January 20, 2020.

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  • GLORY 3 years ago

    Joshua is truly a proper man. Such humility so hard to find these days. Has almost everything but yet as simple as the ordinary. Everyone matters to him. I pray he gets married to a woman that will help strengthen this his unassuming character. God continue to bless Anthony Joshua and his parents. Amen

    • Mr Hush 3 years ago

      Amen and Amen to your prayers.

      I am even more proud to be called a Nigerian.
      Even more inspired to toe the way of humility and respect.

      AJ ,you have done well.

      • GLORY 3 years ago

        @Hush my brother. This Joshua has so humbled me with his unassuming disposition to life. He has truly defeated the most heavy boxing itself.

    • A spirit of the true Nigerian

  • Fasasi 3 years ago

    What a humble man, more grease to your elbow Anthony Joshua.

  • felix anih 3 years ago

    o boy respect to AJ

  • Omo9ja 3 years ago

    Now I know why Nigeria is lacking behind. When Omoyele Showore, Agba Jalingo and others were fighting for the betterment
    of our nation but locked up in prison yard and Nigerians in diaspora were eager to see this

    Our baba president but he made himself unavailable. So, he made himself available for AJ and his family now?

    Amaju made himself also available for foreign based players but he has no time to visits home based players in the country?

    I’m so scared of the future of our Country.
    In these pictures, no blackout, meaning, there’s light everywhere and our baba left Nigeria without electricity. Hmm, God is watching oooo. Sai baba, Sai Buhari indeed.

    Kai, next level of no infrastructure going to four years now?

    Insecurity, bad roads and baba is enjoying his life with AJ.

    Baba can only celebrate when everything is going on well in the country but the way it is now, baba have failed.

    If this happens in western world, Mr. President would be asked to step down because he has failed in severally.

    Nigerians keep celebrating with our dictors and oppressors every day. These our oppressors are celebrating richers but making them unavailable for the poor.

    Is that the equal right that our constitution says?

    Nigerians should wake up and take their country back.

    I don’t celebrate oppressors, carbals and dictators.

    As a Nigerian, I can only pray for my nation because our system is not for the poor people. Hmm, so sad. God bless Nigeria!!!

    • Omo9ja 3 years ago

      Oh. Sorry my mistakes. Ire o. God bless Nigeria!!!

    • GLORY 3 years ago

      @Omo nijja sometimes reason before you make conclusion, not trying to disrespect you. 50 miles walk,starts with a step and going back to where you were before that 50 miles walk starts requires you also start with a step. Life is made of phases.

  • Here you go again. omon9ja, you are so backward the way you think and unfortunately, you always wants to bring down Nigeria with you. Why you are not ban from writing any article in this place is a puzzle.

  • Pompei 3 years ago

    AJ’s humility is surely noteworthy. But for me, I reserve the lion share of praise for his parents. Outstanding job they have done raising this young man to have an appreciation for our cultural values. And a big part of these values is respect for anyone with grey hair. All the peoples of Nigeria share this attribute of showing respect to the elderly.
    Even if the elderly person in question has not been exemplary, our culture still demands that we respect them. The judging belongs to God, not us as individuals. Posterity may not smile on the elderly person being shown respect, but the young person giving the respect remains cherished.

  • Sunnyb 3 years ago

    Joshua and his parents are Omooluwabi proper kudos to them. But for me I don’t think the Fulani jihadist leader deserves the honor and respect shown to him by Joshua. Buhari should be stoned not to be respected,a man willing to promote cows over southerners does not such honor,to hell with him, Joshua should be careful of his associations the world is watching this’s not  the best time to be seeing with these Boko Haram sympathizer.