Veteran Nigerian comedian I Go Dye has taken to the social media platform to share part of his humble beginnings with his fans.
Before the fame of cracking the ribs of many people across the country and rising to become one of Nigeria's most successful comedian, Francis Agoda popularly known as I Go Dye apparently was a craftsman.
He recently took to his Instagram page to share a throwback story of himself, dating back to 20 years ago. In the photo which he shared with his fans, he revealed how he once built a hovercraft shift that could move on water with the force of wind and heat pressure.
He wrote: "NO SUCCESS WITHOUT STORY Na so crowd gather me for #Warri when i build Hover craft ship when dey move for water with the force of wind and heat pressure,i come dey feel like Michael Jackson...b4 one girl beg me say, nepa cut their light, just to impress dem, i come dey use mouth dey cut wire.
omo when nepa bring light and the wire still dey my mouth, till today the only thing i remember na d milk wen i wake up see, say dem dey put for my mouth. Last last, for dis project matter we still see governor. Which year be dis?"
Indeed there is no success without a story and for I Go Dye, it is quite an interesting one.
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