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Mark Rutte
 
A picture showing the Prime Minister of Netherlands, Mark Rutte, parking his bicycle outside the Dutch Royal House where he had a meeting with the King, emerged on social media and is making the rounds online.
 
The Prime Minister, Mark Rutte arrived at the royal palace in the Netherlands on his bicycle and the picture is surely making people fall in love with the simple, eco-friendly and down to earth Minister-President of the Netherlands. 
 
The picture has been making the rounds online and the fact that the PM continued this habit even while visiting the Dutch royal house has left people amused.  

Netherlands, a country of over 17 million, is said to have more bicycles than persons.
 
Bicycle, which is one of the most healthy and eco-friendly modes of transportation, has been popular amongst the Dutch for decades.
 
The Dutch Prime Minister clearly has a connection with the cycle, which is one of the most healthy and eco-friendly modes of transport. In fact, Mark Rutte gifted a bicycle to Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his recent visit to Netherlands.
 
Rutte’s frequent use of bicycles rather than the clichéd bulletproof automobiles popular amongst political officeholders underscores a lifestyle of humility even in a country that is ranked amongst the wealthiest in the world.
 
In contrast, a typical Nigerian president could have up to 40 cars in his convoy while some governors have as much as 20 cars.
 
Last year, Senate President Bukola Saraki acknowledged spending over N300 million to replace some of the vehicles in his convoy.

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Mark Rutte   A picture showing the Prime Minister of Netherlands, Mark Rutte, parking his bicycle outside the Dutch Royal House where he had a meeting with the King, emerged on social media and is making the rounds online.   The Prime Minister, Mark Rutte arrived at the royal palace in the Netherlands...