- A female lawyer was the cynosure of all eyes as Nigerian lawyers took to the dance floor at their Port Harcourt conference
- The impressed lawyers clustered about their dancing colleague who showcased thrilling dancing skills
- Mixed reactions have trailed the video as some Nigerians thought the lady sure knew how to dance
Nigerians have expressed surprise at a recent video of lawyers dancing at an event.
The footage was said to have been from the Nigeria Bar Association's conference which was held in Port Harcourt, Rivers state capital.
In the video shared by Instablog9ja on Instagram, a male and female lawyer took to the dance floor and dazzled their colleagues with cool moves.
But it was the female dancer who stole the show. The unidentified lady showcased her twerking skills to the admiration of the lawyers.
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The current Nigeria Bar Association President, Olumide Akpata, wasn't left out of the fun as he stooped low to admire the lady's showcase.
Watch the video below:
Social media users share their thoughts on the video
"Esquire yansh de shake o … both lawyer and client go twerk to court."
"Lawyer na person pikin too na, make dem enjoy abeg!!!! See small yansh Dey shake o."
"Is that Olu Akpata, NBA President, peeking under the twerkers dress????"
"Ok na...my lawyer dey twerk...make I go start to practice wit my prison uniform...I don go jail be that."
"Please note that it is our president that bent down to view the locus in quo properly."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported the nurse that dances to entertain her patients.
Legit.ng gathered that the nurse identified as Gumede works at Philani Clinic in Scottburgh, KwaZulu-Natal. After her video was shared online, she took to social media to thank everyone for appreciating her work.
"Thanks all of you. Sometimes you do something routinely and without thinking and you are surprised at the positive impact on other people.
"I do this almost every day because there's always something in me that wishes to reach the hearts of the sick person and make him feel wanted and loved and laugh the pain away, whether physical or emotional pain."