Friday, 15 March 2013

Watch Video (My Oga At The Top) Naughty Right? Hehehehehe


Felix said...

I would have loved to share this on my Facebook page, but I really don't want to embarrass myself. I wouldn't want the world to have more reason to make fun of me and Nigeria. I'm here imagining how the man was able to summon the courage to walk away from the interview ground. You know those moments of unimaginable embarrassment when one wishes the ground would open and shield one from a blunder.

It's not all about corruption and embezzlement. Sometimes we need to be armed with some level of knowledge to save ourselves from senseless embarrassments. "My OGA at the top!" The word "OGA" is an illiterate expression trending like wildfire in Nigeria. In all honesty, it should be eliminated all together from communication, because we don't seem to realize that it's not English.

All I can say is that I feel so sorry for this man, because I wonder if he has any dignity left. Someone said he used aggressive antics to fend off the question. That was a perfect expression of the man's mood.

Rita Egwu said...

Its really a sad commentary to how ignorant our leaders really are. Unfortunately the man betrayed the system by representing it. He actually shows the way the system works. Sad commentary indeed. (hand for jaw)