Ebuka meets with secondary school student who revealed he wants to be a dictator, explains why

Ebuka meets with secondary school student who revealed he wants to be a dictator, explains why

Nigerian media personality and lawyer, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, is no doubt a role model to many seeing as he has made a name for himself in the industry. By being a role model to some, it is expected that he addresses young ones on career related topics.

Ebuka was on one of such career talks with secondary school students when he got a particularly funny response from a pupil who wants to be a dictator.

As expected Ebuka was quite surprised by the young boy’s answer, but he also explained that the boy made a case for himself.

The media personality took to Twitter to share what happened.

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See tweets below:

Ebuka further explained in his tweets that though the answer seemed strange and funny at the time, it is actually an eye opener to how things are in Nigerian politics and how people see governance.

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In recent times, Nigerian politicians have been in the news for moving from one political party to the other, which makes one question whether the parties are any different, seeing as the same people that were in APC are now in PDP, and vice versa.

The handsome lawyer's tweets raised a lot of reactions from tweeps, see some below:

In other news, Legit.ng reported that a law graduate who has interest in farming showed off his impressive harvest.

The Enugu-born graduate of law, identified as Izu Aniagu, went all the way to Gombe state for service and took his passion for farming along with him.

Speaking of his love for farming with Legit.ng, Izu revealed that he took to farming as a private engagement due to his love for it.

Speaking more on how he went about it, he said:"I employed a mixed cropping system due to the small size of the land which is about a plot and half. I planted different crops such as maize, groundnut, beans, water melon and cucumber on the same land and they are all doing well."

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Source: Legit.ng

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