Nigerian actor and face of social media meme, Odunlade Adekola, has in a recent interview revealed that he may have to return to school.
The comic Yoruba actor who is loved by many is an alumnus of the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta, he however returned to the University of Lagos where he studied Business Administration until a few weeks ago when he wrote his final examination.
Speaking in a chat with Sunday Scoop, Odunlade Adekola shared his experience while in school.
He said: “It has been by the grace of God that I was able to conclude my education at the University of Lagos. Because of my profession, there were times that my schedule was so tight that I had to forgo one for the other.
“But I always had it at the back of my mind that I must finish what I started. I also thank my fellow students and lecturers for their support throughout my stay in the school. I really had a nice time there.”
Speaking on his experience, on how he enjoyed his time as a student yet again, the actor said: “I am a very simple person, and everyone around me knows that. I just like to do my thing and mind my business. As a popular person, there were times that fans gushed over me while I was in school, but I always tried my best to manage the attention so that it wouldn’t distract me or other students.
“I always encouraged my colleagues to see me as one of them and I related with all of them well. The lecturers were also nice to me and I had a cordial relationship with them all.”
Revealing his reason behind the choice of Business Administration as a course of study, Adekola said, “I have always had the dream of owning my company. I love to manage people to achieve set goals, and I believe that this course would help me in that regard.”
Speaking on his academic future, the actor added: “Knowledge gathering is a continuous process; it never stops. One should never stop learning because you can never know it all. I may decide to return to school to study another course. I don’t know what the future holds. I am interested in constantly developing myself and that has been of great advantage to me.”