A Nigerian man who went viral some years ago after a photo of him shouting committedly during parade at the NYSC orientation camp surfaced online.
The corp member has given an update on how he is doing years after finishing his mandatory youth service.
The man identified as Umar Ibrahim, was a viral sensation in 2018 while serving in Bauchi state.
A Twitter influencer, Mazi Ibe had taken to the micro-blogging platform and asked about his whereabouts and welfare and on seeing the post, Umar replied that he is happy and thankful.
Mazi Ibe shared the ex-corper’s viral photo and tweeted; ”Where’s this guy now?”
The young man then responded; ”I’m here. Happy and thankful!”
However, the recent post went viral and more Twitter users started asking questions.
It was during one of the probing sessions that the man who now resides in Gombe state revealed he is still unemployed.
See their exchange below;
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