A video of popular Twitter personality, Daniel Regha, teaching a group of students in a school has stirred reactions from Nigerians on social media.
The social media critic, who is known for giving his take on trending issues and giving celebrity advice, was caught on camera dressed as a teacher and instructing a class.
A student appeared to have filmed him as he was about to discipline one of the students.
Regha was seen pacing around the classroom with a cane in one hand and his phone in the other in the now-viral footage.
The video, however, left Nigerians puzzled about whether the controversial Twitter user is a teacher by profession or if the video was taken from a movie scene.
Others who already concluded that he’s a teacher praised Daniel Regha for impacting the young ones.
See some comments below,
An Instagram follower @charming._caramel, “Just watch how bigger school will call him to come and teach their students because it’s quite obvious the boy is intelligent”.
@alli_junior, “I knw say na teacher e go be😂… from all the grammar inside his tweet”.
@_osegboo_, “Wow that’s nice , impacting knowledge in the lives of our future leaders 👏👏👏 nice one”.
Watch video below,
In other news, Daniel Regha made an interesting fashion statement at an award show organized over the weekend.
He decided to rock his 10-year-old native outfit to the 2022 TrendUpp Awards held on Sunday, June 12.
Taking to Twitter after the event, the controversial tweeter hinted that he purposely wore the outfit to prove a point.
According to him, contrary to popular notion that celebrities shouldn’t wear the same outfit twice because they are a public figure, repeating clothes proves that they are the real owner of the outfit.
He shared an old picture of him wearing the native attire and a photo taken at the award show and wrote,
“Wore my 10 years native outfit to the TrendUpp Awards 2022, I looked effortlessly handsome; Repeating clothes proves you’re the legit owner, & I’m too real to fake it cos authenticity pays. Self-contented. TrendUppAwards2022.”