NAME: Oluwasegun Adeyemi (Omo Fagbola)
NICKNAME: Timer 2 Turbo
LOCATION: London, UK.
BRIEF BACKGROUND: I was born into the family of Chief Joseph Ayodele Fagbola’s Family of five from Ifelodun local government area of Osun state.
I am the 4th born and the last boy. I think sometimes that makes me mum’s favourite.
I attended Odiolowo primary school in Mushin and obviously Maryland Comprehensive secondary school Ikeja.
I Attended Lagos City Computer College before relocating to the Uk.
I attended Anglian Ruskin university to study Business Finance and Marketing. I am a member of so many organisations which I will save till some other time.
TELL US A BIT ABOUT YOURSELF :
I am a Christian,God fearing,caring and a devoted family guy. I am a very sociable person and I take pride in helping people to achieve their goals no matter how big or small it is. Also I put a lot of efforts to always look good …lol.
I think I have changed a lot over the course of the years I lived in the UK cos’ I realised that there is nothing we brought to this world and nothing we shall take back.
EXPERIENCE ABOUT COMING TO MCSS: It was one of the greatest experience I had in life. The good the bad and the ugly. You know what I never regretted it no matter what. Even though, MCSS was my 3rd option. I have always wanted to attend any of the Federal government colleges in the Southwest. But has God have it I think I wouldn’t have had great experience and also met some beautiful and amazing people in MCSS.
YOU IN MCSS: I remember my first day at school. Immediately I stepped my feet in that compound, I felt some sort of connection straight up so I knew that school was meant for me. Academically, it was a brilliant one for me from my JS1 – JS3 until I started loosing focus in my late SS1. Well, blame it on juvenile delinquency.
I was a very well known funny, loving , hot stepper, sport person, good looking, and also a class captain and a prefect.
MEMORABLE MOMENTS IN MCSS:
Wow! I am just going to summarise this one cos’ I had so many memorable moments in MCSS.
I remember meeting Bobby maybe the first week in JS1 or something. I was preaching to him about Christ and all that if I could remember telling him “life is not about doing big time things you need to give your life to Christ and that”. So the next day he saw me and obviously he didn’t know my name so he just called me… hey “Big Timer” and the rest is story. One of my happiest moments was when I was nominated as the class captain in JS2. I was extremely happy and told my mum when I got back home. She was excited too and decided to increase my pocket money..lol.
I felt it was some sort of responsibilities and also a way of staying even more focused.
I remember meeting my right honourable friend in JS2 Bamijola Oyekan. We had an amazing couple of years together both at school and outside school b4 he moved back. I got into so many troubles with the teachers, Vp, even the principal just because of him. Jeez!
There were some crazy and amazing moments I had with different people.. @ Biola Bankole.. I remember going to Benin republic just to go and buy a pair of boots and we nearly had an accident on Lagos/Badagry express way.
@Tunji Towolawi… you remember the scene with the aboki’s at Yaba when we went to go and sell some….won’t mention it.
@ Shatoke…. you remember what happened to the school prototype building luffers..lol.
@Echex… My planner..@Mokolo.. my financier and prayer warrior for our mission to succeed. @Gbuyi… my rescuer.. @Emeka….I am sure you didn’t forget the text books at Ojota….lol.
The list goes on but one of my highlighted moments in Mcss was when I was given the prefect badge on the assembly ground by the principal . I can’t forget the noise and how everyone was shouting my name…Timer! Timer!! Timer!!! I felt great.
Also I remember fighting for our school and defending other students at Anthony when we went to play the principal cup. I almost got killed but thank God for his protection.
I had some few regrets though… jumping classes especially as a science student.
WHAT WE DON’T KNOW ABOUT YOU:
I was a bit shy with girls in my early years in school. But I think some of my close allies knew though.
WHAT DO YOU DO: PROFESSION:
INTEREST AND HOBBIES:
Gym, exercise, quality time with the kids, shopping, watching footy, socialising, and making profits.
WHO IS YOUR PERSONAL HERO: My dad.
WHERE DO YOU SEE YOURSELF IN THE NEXT 5 YEARS: God’s Grace where I don’t have to worry about my kid’s future.
IF YOU COULD CHANGE THE WORLD WHAT WOULD YOU CHANGE? Racism
EXPECTATIONS FROM ALUMNI GROUP:
Love, respect one another and willing to help encourage, promote, advertise businesses and more importantly No gossiping and always verify the source of information.
ADVICE TO LANDER 99 FAMILY:
Love, trust and check on the mental well-being of one another. You never know what someone else’s is going through. Let’s pray and support the president, Vp and the excos . They are doing a great job already and also let’s try to pay our monthly/yearly dues.