Sports journalist Oma Akatugba says his kids were surprised when they took light in Germany

Sports journalist Oma Akatugba says his kids were surprised when they took light in Germany

- Sports journalist based in Germany, Oma Akatugba, has narrated his experience with electricity in the country

- The journalist revealed that light went out for the first time since he moved in 2015

- Akatugba said his children were surprised when it went off and they kept asking him why

Popular Nigerian sports journalist, Oma Akatugba, has taken to social media to narrate his experience with electricity while living in Germany. The journalist shared the experience on the popular, micro-blogging platform, Twitter.

The sports journalist explained that he moved to Germany in 2015 and the electricity has not gone out since then.

According to him, the light went out for the first time this Tuesday, April 21, and his kids were flabbergasted.

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Akatugba said they continued to ask him why the electricity went out. He, however, noted that the electricity was restored in thirty minutes.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that fuji musician King Wasiu Ayinde, popularly known as K1 De Ultimate, has shared some details about his life growing up and how he educated himself. The fuji star shared the details during an interview on Instagram live.

K1 did the interview with popular Nigerian journalist Dele Momodu. He explained that he trained himself despite not completing his secondary school education. In the interview, he said he decided to move with people who are educated.

He narrated how he used to teach himself by reading newspapers his seniors sent him to get. K1 further talked about his life living in different countries. He said he decided to move to Canada because of his friends, he said his move to live in Australia, United Kingdom, America, and Canada was because his friends advised him to.

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