- Nollywood actor Williams Uchemba has expressed surprise after a robot served him his food in a restaurant
- The actor revealed the good thing about it was the moment he tried to give the robot a tip, but it didn't accept it
- Nigerians have since taken to the comment section to react, with some stressing that the rest of the world had left the country behind in terms of technology
Nollywood actor and comedian Williams Uchemba has recounted a funny experience at a restaurant he visited with his family in Europe.
Uchemba expressed surprise after seeing a robot serving people their food without a waiter. He stressed that robots were taking over jobs from humans.
The actor revealed that the good thing about it was that the robot didn't accept tips.
Uchemba shared a video of him experimenting with the robot as he wrote:
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"Robots now serve food at restaurants. A little story of how a robot served us at a restaurant and the good part is that it doesn’t collect tips."
See the video below:
Nigerians react as Williams Uchemba gets served by a robot
Legit.ng captured some reactions, see them below:
"They are already in 2050 we still dey 2022. They av left us behind."
"But is not fair sha...they have deprived some people their daily bread."
"See the eyes the robot really Dey focus for en work ."
"The part u said the people Dat did d robot made a mistake got me."
"Unfortunately this will become a trend soon and, a lot of ppl will be out of jobs."
"Thats the only thing that comes with itbut trust naija naanything weh touch leg here,ei go collect tips."
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Uchemba stressed that the defeat may have been a good thing as it would help Nigerians focus their attention on the pressing issues in the country.
According to the actor, close to 1000 people are unaccounted for in the country, and some people are acting like it is normal.