Shem Obafiaye, an NSCDC officer, talks about the impact of the viral "Oga At The Top" video. Remark impact

 

Shem Obafiaye,

The psychological effects of the 2013 incident have been addressed by Shem Obafiaye, an officer in the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) who rose to fame for his "Oga At The Top" comment.

Naija News recalls that during a live TV interview, Obafiaye struggled to find the NSCDC website, which led to her going viral.

 

Years after the interview, Obafiaye reflects on how his statement influenced well-known products and memes.

Obafiaye answered, "Did the interview that led to his deployment affect me psychologically?" in a Channels TV interview.

 

"Immediately after the interview—and I was changed—my principal, who is my commandant general, just asked me to rest," wrote Obiafiaye in his observation. I rested at home for a month before being sent to Oyo State Command.

Regarding the impact on his family, Obafiaye mentioned that his child would often come home and tell stories about how his friends called him "Oga at the Top."

Despite this, he made sure to stress that he had not had any negative effects and that it was just a normal part of the experience rather than a transgression.

 

Obafiaye saw that his coworkers and superiors did not react negatively when he gave them some thought.

He laughed as he offered an apology to everybody who had made fun of him during the interview.

Obafiaye saw that his coworkers and superiors did not react negatively when he gave them some thought.

He laughed as he offered an apology to everybody who had made fun of him during the interview. In the "new age," he also recognised the influence of social media.

Ten years after the incident, Shem Obafiaye announced on the programme that he had retired from the military and been promoted to the rank of Deputy Commandant-General last week.

 

 

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