Name in MCSS:
Adenuga Adebukunola Oluwaseyi
I was born in Lagos on the 17th of November, 1982 into the family of Late Adeoye Adenuga of Oke Tako, Ijebu-Igbo and Mrs OreOluwa Adenuga( nee Mayungbe) of Idomowo, Ijebu-Ode. I was just 2+ when my Dad died and I happened to be the only female and the last born of the house. I attended Anglican Primary School Ogudu where my mum was a teacher, Continued my secondary education in Maryland Comprehensive Secondary School and finally attended Olabisi Onabanjo University where I studied Mass Communication(2006/07 set). I am still single and looking forward to have my own Crown👑(Husband) to build a strong home together.
I will describe myself as gentle and quiet but vocal when required. I am a Christian who loves to always serve in God’s vineyard, an Anglican to the core and have been a chorister for over 28years.
My coming to MCSS
It has always been my mother’s wish that I come to Maryland Comprehensive and as God will have it, I had opportunity of someone who helped my mum to get me an admission into MCSS. This was quite challenging to me as my primary 6 set was posted to Ogudu Grammar School, so I had to miss all of my friends.
My first day in MCSS was never a bad one cos I was coming from a typical public school. I am always feeling cool inside of me because it’s more classic than Ogudu Grammar School where my set is posted and they always see me as a big girl.
I use to have a big sister on my street who happens to be in SS1 wen I came in to MCSS, so it was a great privilege and opportunitly to join her in her father’s car to have a ride to school then.
Experience in MCSS :
Reflecting back on my experience then in MCSS, I would have love to be more bold than I was then but all the same I love whom I was then. I really enjoyed my days in MCSS, Trecking home in group on the bridge and also going through the Pako bridge after lesson was such a great fun to me. One of the nasty experience I had then in JS 2 was on a day that a guy took an electric naked wire and put it on the gate at the entrance of the building cos i was holding d gate and this threw me away and I had to report him to the teachers in the staff room which Mr Egbetale happens to be there too, though they laughed at me that who want to kill you this ‘tiny thing’😜, but he got the beating of his life from Mr Egbeyale😆😆. I had once experience the taste of Mr Egbeyale’s cane ( group beating) and I remembered I shouted my mummy and it was hurting throughout that day. My experience in MCSS really gave me a lot of fitness boldness in my Higher Institution cos if you attend MCSS and you got no brain or senseor you are not sharp, you will forever be a dullard.
Pals in MCSS:
I had Yetunde Samuel, Hannah Badejo( pls who knows or have heard from her after school), Abolore, Omolola Egunjobi, Tope Kale, Kemi Badmus, Nike, Shalewa, Mulikat Saliu, Busayo Adekunle and a lot of others whom I can’t even remember cos I’m not too good at names and me then, I’m mummy’s girl cos I don’t know anything
Memorable moments in MCSS:
All my moments in MCSS was illuminating, enlightened, edifying, pedagogic with lots of fun and experience 🥰
What you don’t know about me:
The things you all don’t know about me is that, my mum already gave birth to 5 boys for my dad before I was conceived in her womb🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
What do I do: Profession/Hustle:
A Make-up artist, Event planner, Fashion Designer, I’m also into bead making, Ankara and leather shoe and bag making
Interets and Hobbies:
I love travelling and going for real owanbes(party)
My Personal Hero /Who is the most important person in my life
My personal hero is Jesus Christ, the author and finisher of my faith. The other most important person in my life is My Mother whom I call my Jewel
Where do I see myself in the next 5 years
In the next 5 years, I look forward to seeing myself as a very successful business Lady and mother of lovely kids and wife of loving husband
If I could change the world, what would I change
If I could change one thing about the world, I would eliminate human greed. Human greed is at the core of most of our world’s biggest problems. Greed is like a newborn seed that grows into a poisonous vine, eventually dominating the human soul like an infectious disease, spreading to every corner of the society, Ultimately, blinding us from the truth.
Expectation from Alumni group:
Advice to Landers 99 family:
Let there be love shared amongst all, a brotherly love that is real