Name: Kemi Eziashi (Nee Abraham)
Location: London, United Kingdom
Brief Background: I was born in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos state. The second of six children. I attended Zion nursery and primary school and Olusosun Primary school. After MCSS, I proceeded to Lagos state University where I did a one-year pre-degree in science. Unfortunately, I didn’t get my desired course so I had to retake JAMB and got admitted to University of Abuja where I graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Economics, after my NYSC in Nasarawa state, I then travelled to the UK to further my education and I obtained a master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Gloucestershire.
Self-description: I am a God fearing individual, calm and reserved. I can be quiet at first but once you get to know me, you will then realize that I am a not that quiet lol. I am a happy, fun-loving and hardworking individual who strives for excellence and a goal getter who works hard on what I want and how to achieve them. I am also a kind-hearted person that looks out for others.
Experience about coming to MCSS. I have always wanted to be part of MCSS since I was in primary school, I have always been excited about the school uniform, especially when I saw the seniors walk past my house in those days. So, when I got admitted to MCSS I was so happy that I remember having a grin on my face for weeks. On my first day at school, I felt so nervous because everything was new. As time passed by, I made lots of friends and unforgettable moments with them.
Memorable moments in MCSS:
For me every memory in MCSS was so precious but I can only remember a few. I had great moments in JSS2 with Kemi Badmus, Lola, Tolu and Seun Solomon. I remember how myself and Motunrayo Ajayi got the best result in music in JSS3H, the music teacher then nominated both of us to represent the school in Music competition and we came second while Igbobi college got the 1st result, happy days.
I vividly remember how I was pulled out of the assembly for not making my hair, I was punished in front of the whole school. That was my most embarrassing moment in the school.
I had beautiful moments in SS1L to SS3L (Best class of our set 😄). My classroom was fun, We all had a great time but I was particularly closer to Helen, Ogechi, Tola and Marian. From going to Kayus laboratory to playing games in our free time. I remember how few of the guys would buy us free lunch in the canteen. I also remember how myself and Jumoke were crushing on the twins (1998 set) that didn’t even know we existed ha-ha. We had great times and today I’m still smiling remembering all those moments….
Finally, I was a prefect of the vice principal building which basically sums up my whole time with MCSS.
Pals in MCSS:
Kemi Badmus, Lola Egunjobi, Tolulope Ilusanmi, Motunrayo Ajayi
Jumoke Akinwumi, Helen Ehijene, Ogechi Ekeh, Marian Momoh, Tola Ogunaike, Ronke and Sholape Abolaji, Taiwo and Kehinde Adebanjo, Rotimi Ogunwale, Emeka Nwakwo, Gbuyi Idowu, Segun Ogunlana, Taiwo Oshodi, Kayode Odusanya and Rowland Agacheta…
What we don’t know about you
In as much as I like to meet people, go to foreign countries, check out new cultures, I actually don’t like flying.
What do you do: Profession/Hussle
I’m a Business Analyst
Interest and Hubbies:
Watching movies excluding horror movies
Listening to music
Hanging out with friends.
Who is your personal hero/Who is the most important person in your life?
When I think of a hero, I think of my Mum because she is the most caring, loving and hardworking person I know. She has blessed me with a great life because of the way she prays fervently without ceasing and I’m forever thankful for all she does for me and my siblings.
Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years
In 5 years, I would like to see myself working at a more senior level in my profession and also to be a successful business woman.
If you could change the world, what would you change?
I will eliminate evil thoughts and actions.
Expectation from Alumni group:
Love, Support and encouragement
Advice to Lander family:
Let’s love one another and be kind to each other with no disrespect.