BBNaija Seyi is one of the finalists of Big Brother Naija of Pepper Dem Gang season 4.
Biography of Seyi
Oluwaseyi Awolowo was born on 28th of December 1989 into family of Awolowo. He is an Entrepreneur and Businessman. He hails from Ogun State and he’s the grandson of Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo.
Seyi has starred in several TV commercials, modeled for different organizations, also acted in TV series and many more
Seyi Awolowo Biography – Career
Seyi is an entrepreneur, a Medical Doctor, Entrepreneur, Talent Recruiter, Actor, MC/TV host and model. He has starred in several TV commercials, modeled for different organizations, also acted in TV series and many more
He is committed to his journey of self-acceptance, his girlfriend and his beliefs which he demonstrates with a “Jesus’’ tattoo across his arm. Seeing his own face on a billboard for the first time is one of the highest moments of his life so far.
Seyi has featured on several auditions and worked on some popular TV commercials such as Herbal toothpaste, Etisalat, Broken casts and crew and many others.
Seyi Awolowo Quick Facts
|Age||30 years old (2019)|
|Place of Birth||Ogun state|
|Place of residence||Lagos, Nigeria|
|Marital status||In a relationship|
|Occupation||Medical Doctor, Businessman|
Seyi Awolowo Biography – Pictures
About his grandfather
Obafemi Awolowo was conceived in Ikenne, Western Nigeria, and instructed at Church schools. His dad was a rancher.
Awolowo filled in as an associate instructor before going to Wesley College, Ibadan, to experience preparing as a teacher, graduating in 1927. He was a rehearsing Wesleyan Methodist. In 1932, he took up an administrative post at the College. In 1934, he began an exchanging business working for the Motor Transporter and Produce Trader, and started to compose paper articles. He established the Nigerian Produce Traders Association and altered the Nigerian Worker. He additionally progressed toward becoming secretary of the Nigerian Motor Transport Union. He wedded Hannah Idowu Dideolu in 1937. They had two children and three girls.
In 1937, he composed a fruitful negative mark against an “out of line and discriminatory provincial law” By the mid 1940s, he was dynamic in the NYM (Nigerian Youth Movement), getting to be Ibadan branch secretary in 1940. In 1942, he drove unsettling that brought about the change of the Ibadan Native Authority Advisory Board. In 1943, he helped to establish the Trades Union Congress. In 1944, he composed a mass challenge against the prohibition on sending out palm portion. It was this grass-level activism that did a lot to persuade conventional individuals that they could take on the British, and win. The pilgrim framework could be tested in Africa as it had been in India, whose autonomy battle enlivened Awolowo’s affable rebellion strategies.
Low maintenance study prompted a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 1944, as an outside understudy of London University. In 1944, he left Nigeria for London to think about law. While in London, he helped to establish the Egbe Omo Oduduwa (Society of the Descendants of Oduduwa, the precursor of the Yoruba-talking people groups). This association is committed to the examination and protection of Yoruba culture. It was propelled in Lagos in 1948. Qualifying as an advodate at Inner Temple on November 18, 1946, he came back to Nigeria and set up an effective lawful practice. From 1947 until 1951, he was a specialist and backer of the Superior Court of Nigeria.
Awolowo kicked the bucket in the place where he grew up, Ikenné on May 9, 1987.
In 1950, he helped to establish the Action Group as the political wing of the Egbe Omo Oduduwa, based for the most part in the Yoruba commanded Western district (the South West). Chosen for the get together, he was clergyman of nearby government from 1951 until 1954. In 1952-53, he voyaged broadly, visiting Egypt, Ceylon, Pakistan, and India talking about self-assurance and against pioneer battle. An admirer of Jawaharlal Nehru, he later serialized his life account in The Tribune, the Action Group’s paper, which he had established in 1949.
Following Constitutional changes in 1954, he turned into the main Premier of the Eastern area. That year he was made a privileged Chief by the Yoruba. In 1953, 1957, and 1958 he participated in Constitutional talks in London and Ghana. During this period he likewise visited the United States, Germany, Italy, and Japan to support exchange relations. In 1959, on the eve of autonomy, he left the Premiership so he could keep running for the government get together. Samuel Akintola prevail to the Premiership. The Northern lawmaker, Balewa of the Northern, Hausa-Fulani Peoples Congress won the decision, in association with the Eastern, Igbo-ruled National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons. Balewa wound up Prime Minister. Awolowo progressed toward becoming pioneer of the official restriction.
Boss Awolowo was a pioneer who accepted that the state should channel Nigeria’s assets into instruction and state-drove foundation advancement. Disputably, and at impressive cost, he presented free essential instruction for all in the Western Region, built up the main TV administration in Africa in 1959, and extended jolt extends in the area utilizing continues from the exceptionally rewarding cocoa trade industry. Albeit prevalent among the Yoruba in western Nigeria, his left-inclining however unrivaled legislative issues made him disagreeable with the country’s (as far as anyone knows) biggest political coalition—the northern, Muslim, Northern People’s Congress (NPC), which numerous Nigerians accepted were being coordinated by the British government. Not at all like Nnamdi Akikwe of the NCNC who turned into Nigeria’s first President in 1963, Awolowo favored self-governance dependent on “ethnolinguistic” identity.
Nigeria’s intricate ethnic demography.
Genuine difference between the Awolowo and Akintola on the most proficient method to run the western area drove the last to a collusion with the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa drove NPC government. “Numerous in Akintola’s group,” says Meredith, “accepted the Yorubas were losing their overwhelming position in business and as the organization to Igbos because of the NCNC’s choice to take an interest in the decision coalition”. Awolowo’s view was that more could be picked up by winning the following race without banding together with the NCP. Some who favored association with the NCP were Muslim (the North is overwhelmingly Muslim), others were “hostile to Awolowo”. Each locale blamed others for getting an uncalled for portion of assets or employments. An endeavor to supplant Akintola bombed when the Assembly procedures were disturbed by his group; one part attempted to club the Speaker with the mace. This emergency brought about Balewa proclaiming a revelation of a highly sensitive situation in the Western Region, naming an overseer.
Akintola then shaped the Nigerian National Democratic Party (NNDP) which effectively vanquished the leftover of the Action Group in the resulting decision, which Awolowo accepted was fixed. On November 2, 1962, Awolowo and a few others were charged and following a multi month preliminary imprisoned for plotting with some Ghanaians under Kwame Nkrumah to topple the government. He was condemned to a multi year term. In his 1966 book, Thoughts on the Nigerian Constitution, he guarded federalism however prescribed the making of 18 littler states to supplant the areas.
The remainders of the Action Group battled the National race of 1965 in coalition with the generally Igbo, and south-eastern National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons (NCNC). In the midst of allegation of extortion by the restriction, the NPC-NNDP won the race and Belewa proceeded as Prime Minister. There were vicious mobs in certain pieces of the Western area. The three primary gathering were overwhelmed by various ethnic gatherings and were viably area gatherings battling a national decision. Seats in the national gathering were proportionate to the number of inhabitants in the three areas. The North had the biggest populace, so was ensured to win more seats. The Western and the Eastern districts were both suspicious that the NCP unjustifiably advantaged the North, which was additionally where oil income was delivered
Seyi Awolowo Net Worth
Putting all his assets and endorsement deals into consideration, Seyi Awolowo Net Worth is under reviews
The top 5 housemates Frodd, Mike, Omashola, Mercy, Seyi all graced into the grand finale of Big Brother Naija season 4.