This guy might be the man with the longest name!
A name is the first thing people ask the first time you met and also the most important means to identify someone. In fact, parents creatively invent a name for their children so that they may be easily identified by people. There are also parents who name their children after a famous celebrity, a name with a deep meaning or joined by different names, primarily the parent’s name. Some parents also named their children with names uniquely spelled, hard to pronounce, even as long as 3 to 4 names. But a particular man recently makes people wonder about his name, tagging him as the man with a name hard to pronounce and the man with the longest name.
With that in mind, let’s talk about “Ovuvuevuevue Enyetuenwuevue Ugbemugbem Osas”, the man with a unique and longest name.
Actually, many are wondering if what language is this and some even manage to throw a joke saying, ‘What planet this family came from?”. Well, having a unique name is quite appealing but the name of this man makes every eyebrow meet.
On a video uploaded by the YouTube Channel Osas/congo comedy skitz, it features a man wearing a purple shirt being asked by the person recording the video to state his name.
Then the man replied, saying his name, Ovuvuevuevue Enyetuenwuevue Ugbemugbem Osas. The person asking him could not believe what he just heard and even questioned the man if he was telling the truth.
The man taking the video followed his question, “Who gave you that name?”
Osas immediately answered that it was his parents who invented his name. He revealed that he was from a place called “Edo State” and the dialect they are using is a tribal language.
When he was asked if what’s the name of his parents, his answer was harder to spell out in words so the interviewer just cut him off while speaking.
The interviewer burst out in laughter and Osas walked out, clueless. He is tagged the by netizens as the man with a name hard to pronounce and the man with the longest name.
The video garnered 4,776,887 views as of writing.
Watch the video below: