She is a very successful and accomplished lady of substance. A few days back, Duchess Bolaji Odunuga, Publisher of Duchess Magazine spoke to CityPeople Magazine. We got her to tell us how she feels as she celebrates her birthday.”I thank God for another year and I am blessed with His love for me.”
How did she celebrate it? “I was consumed with work and community work. I am happy that community work took my time on my birthday. I had dinner afterward with my loved ones in my home. I like it quiet.”
How is life in the UK? “Life is amazing because I am actually fuelled by my passion for community work. I currently fulfilling my dreams of helping ethnic minorities in my community which has led me to initiate an organisation called Africa community in Surrey & Sussex. We support the African people and ethnic minorities group in our community.”
How is her magazine doing? “Duke and Duchess magazines are doing well to the glory of God.”
We got her to tell us about who the real Bolaji Odunuga is.
“As far as Bolaji is concerned, I am an open book, I like to treat people with love and respect and I expect same.”
She is a stylish lady. How did that aspect of her develop? “Hahaha…. I don’t know about stylish but I just like to wear my African attires. I love the simplicity it gives me. My style is African.”
We got her to tell us a bit about her growing-up years. Where was she born? Where did she grow up and schools attended? “I was born in Lagos, Nigeria. I went to primary school, Ifako International. I then proceeded to Muslim Girls High School Ijebu Ode. I went to Precampus College then Southbank University, London”.
“I am an IT Security Analyst with one of the councils here in London. I also fulfilling my dream with a new organisation that was launched by me in 2021 called Afrcia Community in Surrey and Sussex.”
“I grew up in a polygamous home, 15 in total, the 8th born and was taught that kindness is key in what we do.”
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