What country were you educated in:
What makes your country special:
The people, the culture and the food.
What is your favourite city and why:
Paris is one of my favourite cites I’ve been to, it’s really beautiful and has good tourist spots and lovely architecture.
Where is your favourite place to hang out in your city:
In Lagos I love to go to the movies, because I love to watch a lot of movies so I try to keep up with new movies that premiere.
What is your favourite restaurant in your city:
Hmm.. now that’s a bit tricky because I like to try out new things so they are a lot, but my go to restaurant would be chicken republic.
What is your favourite gallery in your city :
Unfortunately I’m not really into all them gallery things.
Tell us about your favourite African travel destination:
It has to be Cape Town, South Africa. It was an amazing experience because it’s far different from the city Lagos I grew up in. A lot of mountains and seasides to go to and the people were really welcoming and the food too was nice.
Have any books (plays or films) changed your life:
Yes one particular book did and yes some plays as well.
Who would you invite to your dream dinner party (dead or alive)
Who is your style icon:
I’ll say Wizkid and Chris brown (especially) everything he wears fits him perfectly.
What item of clothing do you wear the most:
Well I’d say any item that looks good on me.
Tell us about your most extravagant fashion purchase:
I don’t really spend much on clothes so I really don’t have anything I’ve really spent money extravagantly on except a sneakers my friend (Wizkid) got for me as a gift.
What single thing would improve the quality of your life :
To pray more often.
What are your guilty pleasures:
Naaahhh I’m not going to say that one here *Laughs* .
What is your favourite smell:
I love Black orient by Bvlgari.
If you were the (President, Leader, Prime Minister) of your country for the day what would you do :
Nothing can actually be done in one day but if I was to try I’ll probably try and make sure I can increase the value of money and make sure there’s 24hours light and water supply always.
Which living person do you most admire:
My mum. She’s the best person alive.
Where do you see your country in 10 years time :
I hope the country is in a better place and acting like the giants of Africa they said the country was.
How is technology changing your country :
It’s really helpful and is helping the youth make a better future for themselves and the country.
Tell us about your favourite charity, what work do they carry out :
For now I don’t have one but I’m working on it but I do my own charity by visiting the less privileged and helping in any way I can be it money wish or providing clothes for them.