Medivoice: Hii fam, it is my pleasure welcoming you to another episode of the personality of the week. This time, we reached out to a Clinical student, a member of the part 4 constituency, Afeez Oladimeji. So, let us meet you, sir.
POTW: I am Afeez Oladimeji from the 400 level class.
My friends call me Saraki and I am from the Omoluabi State.
Medivoice: It is such an honour to have you here with us on this written show 😅😅. And yes, we are still in the resumption mood, so, how has it been for you so far?
POTW: I think ASUU could have done better by getting their demands before calling off the strike.
I am indifferent about the resumption.
Medivoice: Yes ooo, I feel that calling off the strike without settling the issues at hand wasn’t the best action to take. However, the deed has been done, we just move with the flow. Do you currently hold any posts within or without IFUMSA?
POTW: Yes. I am the Constituency leader of IFUMSA”s Powerhouse, the 400-level class. I am also the associate editor of the Ife Muslim Health Student Association (IMHSA)’s press club and a member of the core team in charge of the Blockchain Club OAU.
Medivoice: Oppoor fun Afeez💥💥. So in essence, your class is the mitochondria of IFUMSA😅😅. You are also a fellow writer 🤗🤗, cool. In all your college escapades, what has been your best and worst class so far?
POTW: Best class has to be Part 1. It was soft and easy. The worst class has to be Part 2. We were new to the college lifestyle and regarding my academics, I was miles off it.
Medivoice: Part 1 is a roller coaster, upgraded high school😅😅😅it has to be the best. For part 2, hmmmmmm, “God did” is the summary. So, what speciality are you looking to explore?
POTW: Public Health or Orthopedic surgery.
Medivoice: Asides from medicine, what else takes your time?
POTW: Really, I’m a jack of all trades. I’m involved in almost anything legal that you can think of.
Medivoice: Osheyyyy😅 From the moment you mentioned your roles, that phrase “jack of all trades” has been ringing in my ears😅😅and boom💥you confirmed it. In addition, you have multiple streams of income, na agba baller you e. Furthermore, from the wells of books, you have read, what has been your favourite and why?
POTW: My favourite book is I Can’t Make This Up by Kevin Hart.
The book gives a close insight into Kevin Hart’s journey to stardom and it’s not a motivational book compared to most memoirs out there.
Medivoice: Your celebrity crush is?
POTW: I don’t have a celebrity crush.
Medivoice: Then, you should have a college crush 😅😅
POTW: I don’t have a college crush.
Medivoice: He is a grown man😅😅😅crushes ain’t his thing. If no crushes, whereas you should have people you admire in college, yes or yes?😅😅
POTW: I admire a lot of senior colleagues.
Dr Ibrahim, Dr Adeolu, Dr Lolu, Dr Peppermint, AyFamzie, Dr Trager, Kolade the 44th, Chief Misbah, Japheth, and others.
Medivoice: This one you are admiring doctors like this😅😅. Are you involved in a romantic relationship or you are walking the streets of singlehood?
POTW: No, the only relationship that matters is the one I have with my God😹
Medivoice: It is like anything love isn’t for you😅😅😅. On the other hand, to all Afeez’ admirers, here is a chance to shoot your shots oo, you snooze you lose. What has been your worst experience on this OAU campus?
POTW: 200 level MB exam.
Medivoice: Omo😅😅that exam must have choked you 😅😅. If you were to read in HSLT or college library what would be your pick?
Medivoice: A fellow library hater😅😅. Furthermore, if you were to change one thing in college, what would that be?
POTW: Abolish negative marking😹
Medivoice: If only😅😅😅. Steeplechase or via?
Medivoice: That makes two of us🤗. What is your perception of life?
POTW: Find your competitive advantage and maximize it to the fullest.
Medivoice: So, who would you love to give a shout-out to?
POTW: Big shoutout to the good people of Exypnos class, I love you all.
Medivoice: We love you too🥰🥰 Exypnos should not come for my head oo😅😅, I am just talking on your behalf. Finally, ny word for Medivoice?
POTW: Kudos to the Medivoice team for the great job you’re doing.
Medivoice: Thank you so much, the pleasure is ours. And we hope to do greater work.
Again, hank you once for honouring this interview.
To all readers, you can connect with Afeez Oladimeji here.
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See you next time. Whereas, you can check out other POTW posts.