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Oluwabukola Ogunwale is the fourth child in a family of six and a native of Oyo state. She is a believer.
She’s 21 years old and she loves to relate well with everyone. She’s also a 500 level law undergraduate at Bowen University Iwo Osun State. She’s the Chamber Governor for Acquitters Chamber, Bowen University. She is also the Head of Academic Committee Diverse Law.

She is the Founder of Glime’s Beauty, a business centered around health and beauty needs. She’s a baker, decorator, a makeup artist and a cosmetics dealer.
Her hobbies include cooking and reading.

She shares her “Ruby Girl” story with the team .

1. Let’s meet you. Who is Oluwabukola…?

My full name is OGUNWALE Oluwabukola Victoria. Sometimes, I call myself

I’m a believer in Jesus Christ.
I relate well with everyone regardless of their gender, race, colour, belief, background or whatever.

I’m from a family of 6 and I’m the last child.
I’m from Oyo State, Nigeria.
I’m a 500 level law undergraduate at the Prestigious Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State.

I’m a cake Baker, decorator, a makeup artist and a cosmetics dealer. I also love to train people to do these things as I have special interest in the beauty and fashion Industry generally.

I love to cook, play games, shop and go on adventures.
I’m an extrovert and I love to have meaningful conversations with older people.

I’m in a relationship and I’m always grateful for the supportive and loving man I have.

2. One accessory you can’t leave home without?

My earrings.

3. Is Law your dream course of study? If not, what prompted you to study Law?

Law was never my dream course. My dad encouraged me to study law and he insisted that all his children must study a professional course.

4. You’re the Chamber Governor for Acquitters Chamber, Bowen University and also the Head of Academic Committee, Diverse Law Organisation. How have you been able to handle both tasking roles effectively? And what influence did occupying both positions have on you as a Law student?

First of all I don’t bite more than I can chew. I don’t take up a responsibility when I know that I wouldn’t be able to deliver appropriately and give it my best.
However, God has been the major helping factor.

Then I’ve also built multitasking skills. Overtime by being responsible for different things both at home and in school. I’ve also learnt the importance of setting priorities and being disciplined and these has helped alot in striking a balance.

5. ‎What is the inspiration behind your beauty outfit, Glime’s Beauty? And which services does Glime’s Beauty offer to the general public?

Well, Glime’s Beauty is a brand that acknowledges the greatness inside every woman.
The word GLIME itself is an acronym that stands for *Greatness Lives Inside ME*

Women love to look beautiful and that’s why we offer services that would reflect the true beauty of every individual and alter every imperfection of the face.

Also, it’s our aim that every woman who represents or patronises our brand would not just look beautiful and elegant but also carry the consciousness that they’re born great and they have the responsibility of making Greatness break forth from inside them in all spheres of their life.

We also deal in:
-Personal makeover. Services for events and outings.
-Skin care and beauty treatments.


What is the significance of the EndSars Campaign to you as a Nigerian Youth

The significance of the campaign to me as a young Nigerian youth is that People, old or young have a right to life and such right shouldn’t be taken away from them in any unlawful manner. Also, the Youths have a voice in influencing Government’s decisions, regulations and policies.

However, it’s very unfortunate that the Government doesn’t lend an ear to our voices and that proves the fact that alot of things are wrong about today’s government.

7. What has been your greatest challenge so far as a beauty preneur and what other challenges do you feel other young Nigerians in your niche encounter as well?

Well…the greatest challenge for me is inadequate finance and lack of parental support.
Another challenge is academic demands.Its important to be consistent in business and it’s also necessary to maintain good grades. This takes a lot of extra efforts to scale through.

8. What are the possible solutions to the challenges raised in question seven?

1. Acknowledge who you are and who God has purposed you to be.
2. Know that you have your life to live and you owe yourself a lot of hard-work to secure a great future.
3. Take savings and investments seriously, it’s helps alot in future endeavours.
4. Trust God with all your heart and always remember that he has your back.
5. Recognise and appreciate the people who support your dreams and goals and also leverage on them till your dreams come true. Then, if the people who don’t support you later acknowledge their wrong then so be it and if they don’t, keep pushing until you make it. There’s no Limit to greatness; just spread your wings and fly.

9. Your favourite quote?

“You’re too amazing to be anyone else; just be you.”


10. If you were the President of Nigeria for a day, what would you change?

If I’m to be the President of Nigeria for a day, I’ll change the system of Electricity supply. I know how important that is to my fellow Nigerians.


11. Mention 3 women who inspire you and why.

Marcia Kilgore
Coco Chanel
Foluke Felix Adejumo.

These women are classy, beautiful and they’ve been able to do extraordinary things in their respective positions.

12. Where do you see yourself and your brand in the next 5 years?

I see myself managing a beauty industry that offers quality beauty services to both genders and also doing well in my legal practice.


13. Did your upbringing in anyway contribute to who you are today and all you do now?

Yes, my upbringing shaped my core values which are Greatness, Decency, Integrity and Self-respect.

14) If you were given the opportunity to address a group of girls five years younger than you, what will be your advice to them?

Try to develop a high self esteem right from now and it’s not too early to start having dreams and aspirations and to start pursuing them; because any opportunity that doesn’t meet preparation will turn out to be a failure.