Two For The Price Of One:
I was born into a rather conservative family. My father was a minister of the gospel and one of Nigeria’s foremost educators. He was one of the most outstanding Principals of the famous Church Missionary Society Grammar School (CMS Grammar School) - the oldest secondary grammar school in Nigeria, formed on the 6th of June, 1859 by Reverend Thomas Babington Macaulay.
Reverend Macaulay was a descendant of freed African slaves, who was one of the first two educated African clergymen, the other being the Rev. Samuel Ajayi Crowther. My mother, as well as being the proprietress of Eva Adelaja Secondary School, was a serial business woman. She was an exceptional woman who, together with my dad, gave me the foundation I needed to get a chance...
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