Flashy but casual... that’s me’-----Mojisola Sobande
BORN August 7, 1987, Mojisola Sobande is one model, who's determined to take her catwalk passion to the sky. She had he primary and secondary education at Mary Claire Nursery and Primary School and Lagos State Model College, Meiran, respectively. The student of Mass Communications at the Tai Solarin University of Education, the Ogun State-born Mojisola, who won the Miss Expo Plus contest in 2008, was the third runner up, at the Miss Surulere Pageant last year. She tells DAMILOLA ADEKOYA what fashion means to her.
Definition of fashion
Fashion is looking good. Knowing how to combine things, to look elegant. Not crazy, though, but at least stylish.
Style of dressing
I'm a casual person. I'm mostly on my jeans because I don't even joke with it, really! I also love flat slippers or sandals.
Most cherished possession
Most expensive item
One of my jeans trousers, but basically, I could buy jeans, for any amount of money.
I'm the fourth amongst eight children. My mum is a civil servant; a teacher, while my dad is a businessman.
I love yellow because it's flashy and I like flashy colours.
Most favourite piece of clothing
How do you combine modeling and schooling?
It's really not been easy because most of my jobs are from Lagos and I school in Ogun State. Sometimes, I have to skip classes just to meet up, but it has just been God by my side.
I like ambitious people
I hate pretence; it puts me off
The day I won Miss Expo Plus 2008 contest. It was actually the first time I actually went for a contest. I was very happy.
Most embarrassing moment
I have had none in recent times
I love challenges a lot and that is the more reason why I go for contests. I know I will be contesting with some other people and that will serve as a source of inspiration for me.
Describe yourself in three words
I'm cool headed, interesting and loving.
Favourite body product
I love Nature Essence; it suits my skin.
Philosophy of life
Life is like a bicycle; when you stop pedaling, you will definitely fall.
If you were given an opportunity to change something in Nigeria, what would it be?
It will be corruption. If we can change that, Nigeria will be a better place.
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