Organizer of the forthcoming January 1st Mc Casino Game of Jokes and Nigeria popular stand up comedian, Lawrence Osarenkhoe well known as Mc Casino has recalled how one of the newly appointed special aides to Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki helped him achieve the dream of becoming the first male Vice President of University of Benin Students Union Government
Mc Casino on Thursday in a congratulatory message to the newly appointed aide, Theophilus Osarenkhoe, narrated how he was sleeping in one of the UNIBEN school halls in 2010 when Theophilus approached him to contest for SUG Vice President.
“I thought he was drunk because that position was conventionally for females.
“I was sleeping jeje in hall 3 block c room 204, when you woke me up and say Casino how far contest for SUG Vice President.
“We started on a difficult ground because Edo union abandoned us, Benin union endorsed another bini aspirant, coalition of non indigenous students endorsed Mariam.
“I was left with my brother and my campus fame…
“Men like Iso Godfrey Iso (Senior), Comrade Western Iyamu, Ese Awelemen, World best, and so many others I can’t remember were also there for me.
To cut (the) long stories I eventually emerged as the first ever male Vice President of the Student union government of the prestigious Uniben.
“So when I see gang up in the Entertaiment industry I just laugh and tell my self all I need is just a fighter brother like Theo am good to go.
“Congratulations my patient and dogged brother on your Appointment as SA to the governor…. I remember how we started in 2010.
“Today, your doggedness and political dexterity has started yielding fruits. Today is the happiest day of my life… congratulations Hon Theophilus Mc Rentals
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