After Oma Joy Mimicked Politician Uche Nwosu, See What He Did As He Paid Her A Visit
By Ehido_corner | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 1352 views
It is not everyday that we come face to face with someone that we liken to our role model, atimes we have to go the extreme just to get his or her attention while this may not work sometime, a lucky few has be privillaged to have things work in their favour.
Luck has really shined on the face of Joy Oma, who is a comedian as well as a Barber, According to the post shared in a social media Group on Facebook.
Ex governorship Candidate for the Imo 2019 guber election, Chief Uche Nwosu paid a courtesy visit to Joy Oma after the comedian paid her a visit at her shop.
The Son inlaw to former Imo State Governor, Governor Rochas Okorocha, adviced Oma Joy as well as other youth in the development of their talent as he also made himself available to assist in any way possible.
Meanwhile here are a few reactions from social media.
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