Daily Trust: How did you become a barber?
Atekha Osahon: I became a barber by chance though I learnt the trade.
Harrison Okechukwu, an indigene of Ebonyi State, read Chemical Engineering at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT) Enugu and later studied Political Science in the same university.
The memory of hunger is what Oscar Ekponimo used to become who he is today…
It all began, sometime between the year 1997 and 2000, when Oscar Ekponimo’s father had a partial stroke.
Muhammad Mustapha, a schoolteacher, holds a degree in History from the Gombe State University.
Daily Trust: How does it feel being tapped to create music for a ‘reboot’ of a classic such as ‘Tom & Jerry’?
Vivek Maddala: I’m honored to be working on such an iconic show-and, notably, one that has such a rich musical pedigree.
Daily Trust: How did you become physically-challenged?
Ahmadu Yakubu: I was born with it.
As a child, Grace Ishaya Rewa developed a strong passion for barbing after watching severally as her cousins and siblings’ hairs were being scrapped with razor blade at home.