Kevin Amuka

What are your credentials?

Bachelor of Law (Birmingham City University, United Kingdom), Barrister-at-Law (Supreme Court of Nigeria), Master of Laws (University of British Columbia), NCA Certificate (Federal Law Societies of Canada)

Where are you from?

I am from Nigeria.

Early bird, or night owl?

Early bird

What’s the worst hairstyle you’ve ever had?

My current hairstyle i.e., no hair at all

How would you describe the way you dance?

I lack rhythm lol. Its awful

Would you rather never be able to use emojis again or never be able to spell correctly again?

Never use emojis again

When was the last time you did something impulsive and lived to regret it?

Over the long weekend lol. Spoke to someone and immediately wished I didn’t.

What is the best Wi-Fi name you have seen in your entire life?

Sodom & Gomorrah lol.

How long do you think you’d survive in a zombie apocalypse?

I will be the last man standing.

How do you hang toilet paper: over or under?


What’s your biggest accomplishment?

My LLM so far. A huge part of me was never ending up in a classroom again after I got called to the bar in Nigeria. But I’m glad I persevered.

What has been most influential in your life so far?

My experience at the Nigerian Law School. I now believe I am immune to pain and no amount of psychological strain can break me. I draw strength from that experience everyday.

What are you most proud of?

My journey so far and the person I have become as a result of the challenges I have encountered while at it.

What’s the greatest challenge you overcame?

Again, Nigerian Law School (those who know will probably say the same lol).

Best piece of advice you’ve ever received?

Life is not easy and only those who accept this make a success of it.

What are you really terrible at?

Arranging my room.

What show are you most likely to binge-watch, or movie you’ll re-watch?

The Blacklist for sure.

The Great Outdoors, or The Great Home Theatre?

Home Theatre

What the best book you’ve ever read?

Ever read – Purple Hibiscus by (Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie).

If you could go to dinner with any person, living, dead, or fictional, who would it be?

Nelson Mandela.

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