Before the invention of social media, politics world over was somewhat a boring affair.
Then, public rallies and other events were the only places different politician could interact with their followers and supporters.
However, social media came and boom, every politician was on the various available platforms as the scramble for online fans and the need to grow a digital fan base began.
While some politicians would use the social media platforms once in a while, others became ”digital experts” and gave their competitors a run for their money with the type of content shared on their pages as well as the numbers they attracted on the same.
Bangladeshi Minister of Road Transport and Bridges Obaidul Quader recently proved to the world he is the best social media user on the planet by making the most posts in a singe day.
Quader who is also a Member of Parliament representing Noakhali-5 constituency set a world record by posting over ten thousand photos of himself on Facebook in a single post.
The politician started by posting 10,594 photos, before adding 35 more photos of himself on the said day.
Most people who interacted with the said posts wondered what was running in the politician’s head when he was splashing his timeline with countless photos of himself.
Some even thought he had been hacked but their fears were cancelled by the fact that the account only shared Quader’s photos.
A quick look revealed that Quader usually posts more than ten photos at a go and most of his posts are just his own photos in different poses.
He is still representing Awami League in the media and working voluntarily as their media advisor.
After following his profile, it was so clear the man love taking photos. He usually posts more than 10 photos at a go.
To honour him, Facebook even verified his account and gave him the blue tick badge.
It was gathered that Quader has been the General Secretary of Bangladesh Awami League since October 2016.
The politician represents the country’s Awami League in the media and is working voluntarily as its media advisor
He also served as the State Minister of Youth, Sports and Cultural Affairs from 1996 to 2001.