‘The good part is that it doesn’t collect tips’ Actor Williams Uchemba jubilates as Robot serves him food at a restaurant

Nollywood comic actor Williams Uchemba has taken to social media to express excitement after being served by a robot at a restaurant.

It is no doubt that the world is moving fast in terms of innovation, and with the development of some applications and electrical software, some people might be out of jobs in future.

A video shared on his Instagram page captured Williams Uchemba in a restaurant alongside his friends as the robot served them their meal.

Williams Uchemba made a joke about the development, saying he liked the good part that the robot doesn’t collect money, unlike waiters and waitresses.

He wrote: Robots now serve food at restaurants. A little story of how a robot served us at a restaurant and the good part is that it doesn’t collect tips.

Recall, Williams Uchemba opined that it’s good that Nigeria lost the match to Ghana and failed to qualify for the 2022 World Cup.

In a post shared on his Instagram story, Williams Uchemba said losing the match will make Nigerians channel their anger on the pressing issues in the country.

According to Williams Uchemba, almost one thousand Nigerian citizens cannot be accounted for, and some people act like it’s a regular thing.

Williams Uchemba said some state governors in Nigeria are yet to issue any statement regarding the attack on the railway along the Kaduna-Abuja road and the death of Dr Chinelo.


The father of one added the silence of some state governors could be because of the preparation for the 2023 election.

He wrote: Maybe it’s good we lost so we can channel our anger on the pressing issues in the country. Almost 1000 Nigerian citizens cannot be accounted for and some people are acting like it’s a normal thing.

If it takes losing a match to get upset and know that we are in a hell hole so be it. Some heads of state are yet to make a statement on the issue. I guess they are busy planning for 2023.