Moral police berates Herbert Wigwe’s daughter for not standing to greet VP Shettima at her parents’ funeral event – YabaLeftOnline

A Nigerian man has rebuked Tochi Wigwe, the eldest daughter of the late Access Bank CEO, Herbert Wigwe, for not standing to greet Vice President Kashim Shettima.

Taking to the microblogging platform X, the man shared a photo of Tochi seated while shaking hands with Shettima at an event held to honor her late father, mother Chizoba, and brother Chizzy, who tragically passed away in a helicopter crash.

The critic also posted photos of VP Shettima greeting former Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and businessman Aliko Dangote, both of whom stood to greet him.

Comparing the photos, the critic criticized Tochi for seemingly disrespecting VP Shettima by sitting during the greeting, while men of higher status stood to greet him. He also asserted that she lacks home training.

He wrote: “Same Man, different regard. Whoever that girl is,she lacks proper home training. You don’t shake a person old enough to be your father while seating down.”

See his tweet below,

The post has sparked mixed reactions on social media, with some berating Tochi while others defended her.

Read some comments below,

@abubakar_mhmmad wrote, “You don’t need to have opinion on everything sir, she might be wrong but I’m sure Mr.VP will understand that she’s at her lowest moment,she has of recent loss both her parents and the reason for him being their is to commiserate with her and the family, let’s avoid judging people”

@thelitephoenix wrote, “When you lose your parents and a sibling in one day, you can greet people the way you like at their funeral service.

@nabila_jay wrote, “Do you people think at all? This lady just lost 3 of her family and you are here chasing clout over her not standing up to greet someone.”

@princeyemimike wrote, “Someone grieving a loved one is not always in the right frame of mind.
Talkless of grieving 3 people at once!
3 loved ones!”

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