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Oye Fasua

Name
Oye Fasua
Tell us a little about you(your background and how was it like)?
I recently turned 25. I was born in Brooklyn,NY but grew up in Nigeria. Came back to the states in 2014. I have an associate in Science and currently working on my BA in exercise Science. I hope to be a PA someday or a Fashion guru on the side. I have a passion for passion. I love creating outfits for myself and others. I just love fashion. It’s a way of expressing oneself.
What do you value most from your country?
The culture. The food.The Experience. Growing up in a Nigeria had made me the man I am today. To never give up on your dreams and pursue it with everything you have got.
Who influences you to go after your goals?
I have had a lot of role models in my life. Starting from my dad to my late Cousin. There have been people in my life that believed in me and made me think I can achieve everything I want if I can go after it. I would say my Dad. He’s a very hard working man and I’d always aspire to be like him someday
What advice can you give a teen about going through hardships?
I would advise them to keep their head up. Life never goes as planned. They have to keep pushing and give it they all. I’m a living testimony of hard work pays up.
If you and only three wish to change your family or the world’s life what would they be?
1. I wish to bring all my family from Nigeria here
2. I want to be in a position to change lives for the better.
3. I wanna spread love to the world. We need it
Was there a time u helped others out?
Yes. I was working at a French restaurant In Manhattan, NY while I was going to school there. There’s this homeless lady and her daughter that always hang around the corner of the shop to beg for money and food.
One day it was snowing and I had just ended my shift. I say the mother shivering so hard that her teeth were clenching. She had no jacket on and I’m thinking she gave it to her daughter. I was so touched that I brought her and her daughter into my place of work. I sat them in the corner of the shop and bought them soups to warm themselves up. I took the jacket I was wear and the scarf and gave it to her. I asked my coworker to let them stay until his shift was over and I left. I had to run to about 1.5 mile to the subway with Just T-shirt while it was snowing and it was very cold. I did the same when I got off my stop and ran about 2.5 miles to my house. The next day my coworkers heard about it and they said some nice things to me. The same week I received a $1600 scholarship for the semester I was in. God do work in mysterious ways
Are you happy in the position you are now in life?
I’m very happy. I have always been content with the little I have. I have always make what I have worked. I’m happy. I’m in school, I have a job and I’m working on a project that would blow my mind when it falls through
What questions would you like me to make next for the new interviees coming to the website?
What are their passion and are the following it?
Sent from TNWTL MOVEMENT
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