- Former National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) chairman, MC Oluomo, recently shared a bit of his grass-to-grace story
- In a video where the socialite attempted to clear the air over an issue, he revealed that he started his journey in life as a conductor
- Despite being in primary school at that time, Oluomo would move from Lagos to Abeokuta, to and fro, transporting and collecting money from people
Ex-NURTW boss, Musiliu Akinsanya, popularly known as MC Oluomo has made it clear in a video that he worked his way up to where he is right now in life.
In a video sighted online, Oluomo seemed to be replying to some allegations against him, as he asked people to come forward with proof about his life.
He then continued by saying that he started life as a conductor while still in primary school, and he would go with the vehicle from Lagos to Ogun state on several trips, collecting money from passengers.
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Oluomo also added that he cautioned himself and did not drink, smoke or engage in other vices.
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Watch the video below:
Reactions to Oluomo's video
"I like his cap … nice1 … leave this man alone ooo . They even did a documentary on him and found nothing . I watched it when Louis Theroux visited . He has well educated children as well . Leave them jare . You don’t need to explain yourself to anyone . Good luck."
"Accomplices to the destruction of a nation have a right to speak, but we should rather listen to people that have better plans for the nation."
"I don't know this man from anywhere, but I don't like him."
"What a country, where we glorify thugs."
"Na everyone get story jare."
Mc Oluomo rehabilitates Seun Egbegbe after release from prison
Popular Nigerian socialite and NURTW chieftain, Musiliu Akinsanya aka MC Oluomo, reportedly rehabilitated filmmaker, Seun Egbegbe.
Egbegbe was disgraced extensively on social media after he was arrested and went to prison for theft.
It was gathered that Egbegbe became impoverished after serving time in prison and a number of people distanced themselves from him, so he needed a lot of help to survive.