The official portraits of President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari and Vice President-elect, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, have been changed.
Below are the visible alterations made on the old portraits of Buhari and Osinbajo:
In the old portrait, Buhari seemed sad, however, in the new portrait, joy was evidently present in his look as he smiled a little.
In the old portrait, the vice president was seen smiling with fulfillment, however, in the new portrait, the smile is minimal.
The President-elect’s right ear was hardly noticeable in the first portrait, but in the new one, it is both visible.
In the old portrait, Osinbajo’s left ear was totally amiss, however, in the new portrait, the ears are present.
In the old portrait the president-elect looked obviously old but in the new portrait he looked just perfect for the position he occupies.
Also the professor looked perfect as the picture looked obviously edited with the help of Adobe Photoshop
- Zoomed out
The difference between the old and new portraits is that the former was more zoomed in while the latter is more zoomed out.
Meanwhile, the president-elect had recently described on his Twitter account what he understands by leadership.