Olaniyi Daniel Adedeji is an interesting personality. Lordmansa, as he is fondly called by fans, friends, and colleagues, has a Bachelor of Arts in English and a minor in Spanish from UBC, which adds to his style.

Other things that added to his lifestyle is his background and lessons from it. “ I am from a family of four with both my parents working and a younger brother to take care of, which has helped me to understand that teamwork is the biggest skill set in today’s world,” he stated

Something was clear, Olaniyi Daniel Adedeji learned teamwork from working with his brother.

Another contributor is his ability to manage time ‘I graduated with a 3.8 GPA, which I am very proud to have earned. I worked full time while going to school, so I learned a lot about time management and discovered that I work best under some degree of pressure,” Lordmansa stated.

He is also a farmer as he jokingly refer to himself.

“I grew up with my dad owning a poultry which led to my interest in agriculture and I have always being interested in how technology makes human labor easier, generally making our lives easier,” Lordmansa recalled.

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His philosophy about life is interesting, according to him, “ Life is not a problem to be solved but a reality to be experienced,” he stated

This philosophy has also sharpened some of his policies like people he crushes on, how he sees government role in the world of Nigerian entrepreneur.

“My celebrity crush would be the beautiful  Genevieve Nnaji. Well, this is due to the fact that she’s beautiful and don’t look a day older than 20 even if she’s I think in her mid 40s”

On Nigerian government, Lordmansa adds, “There’s not a lot of government or even private bodies that actually support the entrepreneurship course to its fullest,” he stated.

As a person, he does not believe that there won’t be regret in every decision taken, however, what is important is lessons learned.

“I’m sure if you’re a human who’s truly alive and living, you would’ve had your own share of regrets,” he said.

As a child, Adedeji was introduced to camera light, fortunately this formed his interest in art.

“During a school play in secondary school, I began to grow this undying love for the art and it has helped to become what I am today, ” he revealed.

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