MC Oluomo’s children have just been bestowed with BSc degrees.
King West, son of Musiliu ‘MC Oluomo‘ Akinsanya, Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) in Lagos, considers it unfair and derogatory to label his dad a “tout” because his dad is better than most dads.
MC Oluomo has remained a larger than life presence in the lucrative transportation sector in Nigeria’s most populous city and commercial capital.
The motor park boss recently graced the graduation ceremonies of his twin children– Kehinde and Taiwo–in the United States.
While Kehinde bagged a bachelor’s degree in healthcare administration from Albany State University, Taiwo scooped a bachelor’s degree in accounting as well as a minor in management from Columbus State University.
The NURTW boss took to his Instagram page last Saturday to celebrate his children for “making me a proud father,” with accompanying images of the graduation.
King West also shared similar photos of his siblings in their graduation regalia, with a tongue-in-cheek note that read: “What did you say about a tout? Well, all I know is he is better than most of your pops.”
MC Oluomo’s son’s message on Instagram stories
MC Oluomo has often been credited with playing a prominent role in the politics of Lagos State.