June 28th, 2010 | By
I was a little bit nervous when I woke up this morning. Today was the day I was going to feature as a guest presenter at Super Screen TV. This is a national TV and the program is called Super Lunch Chat room Shout Out Edition. It’s my first time ever presenting on TV. So you can imagine how it’s like when your first time is broadcasted on national TV. Yes indeed, very nervous.
We had to climb 7 floors up before getting at Super Screen TV headquarters. There Gbemi the producer was awaiting I and my crew (Nane and Idi). She gave a little information about the program and then said it was all about improvising. She said she was going to let me do my thang and that was that. I chose a topic where we could talk about during the show. Viewers could dial a number and talk with I bout any experiences good or bad, reminiscing bout your mom.
One o clock was the time we went on air. The first 5-7 min I was very nervous presenting the show. I was a little bit stiff and forgot to answer calls from our viewers. Gbemi then came to I to give I confidence. She told me to act as if I was in charge, and I was. She told me to be myself and to pretend as if I was talking to friends and family members. After this we went on air again. Amazingly her words really touched me and a natural born presenter was doing his thing. The calls from viewers kept on coming and they were saying that they liked the show. That was very good for I motivation and positivity at the moment. Viewers said lovely things about their mom and I. Before I even knew the show was over and I was willing to do even more, can you imagine that?! Before I ended the show I and I did a little singing for the viewers. That was a good promotion, cause later on people would come to I and recognizing I on the streets of Lagos.
After doing Super Lunch Chatroom I went to do an intimate interview with Wendi. We did the interview at O Jayz. We had a fine place at a tennis court where we could sit down and relax. My mom and Idi were awaiting in a Chinese Restaurant and we did our interview outside. Wendi was an inspiring person with fine questions. She’s a good looking fine lady. The chemistry between us was good. So the interview went very well. We talked about I music but also about my education and work at a Psychiatric Hospital. Also my ambassadorship for World Peace is Possible was featured during the interview.
Yes o, Naija man in tha house!