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The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), one of the largest Television networks in the world has interviewed Emmanuel Oluwasayomi Ahmadu popularly known as Mr Voiceover, who hails from Kogi State and just graduated student of Mass Communication, University of Benin, regarding the Internet trending news that he wrote o’level exams 17 times.

The interview which took place at BBC corporate office in Lagos, Nigeria, gave an avenue for the graduating student to share his story to inspire others across the world via BBC.

According to BBC report, it was revealed that the video interview will soon appear on screen and will be available on BBC social media platforms. Further report revealed that due to family crisis, Emmanuel Oluwasayomi Ahmadu went through 16 primary schools, 14 secondary schools, wrote 17 o’level exams, became an orphan along the line and now a University graduate from one of the best universities in Nigeria, his story is indeed an inspiration to the world.

Mr. Ahmadu who is a voice-over artiste, a budding nollywood actor, a writer, an entrepreneur, a humanitarian and a life coach, who as well recently bagged an international award for Student Brand Of The Year in West Africa, has revealed to our correspondent during a phone interview that he is committed to being an inspiration to world and to keep portraying an image of hope to the hopeless and depressed in the society.

He said he would love to work with National and international agencies as a hope ambassador in order to contribute his quota towards making a great difference in the Nigerian society and the world at large, where frustration and depression is becoming a norm.

He further encouraged those who may be undergoing hard times, never to give up even though things aren’t working out for them yet.

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