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People mistake my self confidence for arrogance – BBNaija host Ebuka
BBNaija host and Media personality Ebuka Obi-Uchendu in a new Instagram post revealed why people think he is arrogant, a claim he think is always mistaken for his self confidence.
According to the media personality, he has 4 degrees and one of the sources of this self confidence which is always mistaken for arrogance is education.
Ebuka who revealed why people think he is arrogant via the post, added that he feels he can contribute to every conversation with the knowledge he has acquired.
People mistake my self confidence for arrogance sometimes and one of the sources of that self confidence is education. I have 4 degrees. And with all that knowledge acquired, of course I feel like I know something about everything and can contribute to pretty much any conversation there is. Education has empowered me immensely and the greatest nations in the world are proof of its ability to transform!!!
Ebuka grew up in a family of 6, having 3 siblings; one sister and 2 brothers. Ebuka’s father is a banker and his mother a nurse.
He was raised in Benin city, where he gained his early education. He eventually moved to Abuja with his family, where he enrolled into Christ The King college for his secondary education.
He graduated in 1997, then proceeded to study law at the University of Abuja, Gwagwalada. Ebuka completed his undergraduate degree in 2004, he graduated from Nigeria Law School, Bwari in 2005.
He worked for 5 years before embarking on his postgraduate degree, Master of Law in Intellectual Property from American University Washington DC.