Bridget Bema Advises Students “To Obey Teachers And Read” In New BBC Interview

Bridget Aluoch

Kenyan comedienne Bridget Aluoch also known as Bridget Bema became an internet sensation when a comedy skit of hers went viral. BBC pidgin caught up with Bridget Bema in an interview to find how she is dealing with her current fame.

In the intro, the nine years old star Bridget Bema discloses, “I’m a good girl, I love God, sometimes mistakes follow me.”

Last week, a viral video showed a teacher calling out the names of students who violated some rules and regulations of the school.

The list included names of noisemakers, later comers, bullies, disobedient students, students who failed to do their duties and those who wore unprescribed school uniforms.

The “stubborn” kids were asked to kneel before their mates.

Bridget Bema was one of them… but interestingly, her name was mentioned for every offence.

During the interview, Bridget Bema expressed humility for her fame in Nigeria and across other African countries.

Don Jazzy has become a huge fan of Bridget Bema, when asked if she knew Don Jazzy, she breaks out into a smile and replies “Yes.” Bridget Bema later went on to sing her favorite Don Jazzy song “Collabo” which features P-Square.

Speaking on her future aspirations, Bridget Bema disclosed she will like to become a Pilot, where she wants to fly to other countries like Nigeria and America.

Bridget Bema at the end of the interview expressed her gratitude to all her fans in Nigeria, Ghana, and Kenya.

She finally advised students watching her to “Obey teachers, read and respect teachers.”

Watch the full interview below;

Source: Kuulpeeps

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