- The NBA president, Olumide Akpata, has wowed people as a video showed him dancing with much joy
- In the clip, he sang along to the music playing as he made an attempt to dance what looked like skelewu
- Many Nigerians who reacted to his video said that they never knew he could be such fun at parties
A video has shown the moment the president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Olumide Akpata, danced amid party guests.
In a clip shared by Linda Ikeji, the man was visibly happy as he made interesting hand moves with his waist bent.
He is a good dancer
Akpata was quite expressive with his dance moves that had a lot of gesticulations to interpret the song.
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While dancing, the NBA president sang along. Many people who reacted to his video were quite surprised at how social the man could be.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 600 comments with thousands of likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"But this man is always serious in real life."
"Wat is the name of this song, have been trying so hard to download it."
"And watched it over and over again. Such a good dancer."
"Now our next NBA Conference gala night is gonna be LIT."
"He is my President after all. He owns the dance floor any day any time."
"You see dancers!! They are always delightful to watch!"
"Senator Adeleke dance crew member."
"Thats typical Olumide for those who knew him before spotlight. Big but breaks the floor."
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"See vibe mehn. More strength and more money."
"all work and no play they say... Shows he's got a good blend of work and play. A little fun is good for the soul my people."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the president of NBA said the decision to postpone petrol subsidy removal was about the 2023 elections.
Speaking on Monday, January 24, in an interview with Channels Television, Akpata revealed the decision by the federal government is a temporary solution.
“The subsidy issue is a hot potato for any government, particularly in this part of the world. Those kinds of hard decisions I don’t think are the kind of decisions you want to take going into an election. Those are my thoughts. I may be wrong..."