There are a lot of professions in Nigeria and each with with their unique way of dressing. When you see them, you would actually identify them without being told about what they do for a living.
Earlier, a man on Twitter named Kene shared an hilarious picture of him that has sent Twitter users rolling in laughter. This he considered as a rare picture of him and has decided to share it now at his own time.
Kene who is a legal practitioner, is often dressed in a white and black uniform and a wig when in court. However there are days when it gets so rough and hectic, it can not help but show in the appearance of his wig as he operates his phone.
A lot of people are reacting to his pictures and engage him in trolls. In one of such trolls, Kene has sarcastically claimed that the wig can actually buy a Mansion in lekki.
Lawyers are great people in our society today and they are well respected. However, they are humans and can n not help but have fun too once in a while.
Here are some of the reactions from Twitter users as they continue to drag Kene:
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