Nigerian lawyer and media personality Chukwuebuka Obi-Uchendu joins the wave of celebrities who listed their achievements at age 23.
The ‘Achievement at age 23′ became viral after reality star Nengi listed her achievements at age.
Following the trend of people who revealed what they had achieved at a very young age on twitter, he spoke on the struggles that led to his success.
He noted that at 23, he was already a lawyer trying his luck at winning the grand prize of a reality show where he lost. However, his loss was the beginning of greatness that he is celebrated for.
Ebuka is known for hosting the reality show Big Brother Naija, the long running Rubbin’ Minds talk show on Channels TV as well as co-hosting The Spot and Men’s Corner on Ebonylife Television.
He features alongside retired Lagos state judge Justice Olusola Williams on ‘Judging Matters’ as a counselor who brings out the finer points on court cases before Justice Williams, to enable her make a final but fair decision.
Ebuka’s background as a lawyer, and his deep roots in entertainment makes him an ideal candidate to bridge a fine gap between justice and fun in the courtroom.
Obi-Uchendu has received several award nominations and won the award for Outstanding TV Presenter of the Year at the Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards for his work on Rubbin’ Minds.
He said; “At 23, I went on a reality show as a lawyer to win the prize money and go get a masters degree. Well, I did’nt win. But I now have 2 masters degrees and this other career”
At 23, I went on a reality show as a lawyer to win the prize money and go get a masters degree.
Well, I didn't win. But I now have 2 masters degrees and this other career 🎙
— Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (@Ebuka) May 13, 2021