- Fadesire Oluwatofunmi started lifting weights after watching videos of people weightlifting on Youtube
- Tofunmi grew up in Ebute-Metta, Alagomegi and had his tertiary education at the University of Lagos
- Nigeria's strongest man wants the government to help him achieve his dream of competiting in international competitions
Nigeria's strongest man Fadasire Oluwatofumni at first glance looks like one of those bouncers you don't stand up to at clubs.
However, he has set the record straight as someone who is mild mannered and in a well to do relationship with a beautiful woman
The 28-year-old eats 300gm of oat meal and six eggs then 300gm of beef and rice which he sheds when he hits the gym at the national stadium in Surulere.
Speaking to NAIJ.com, the weighlifter says when he is training in the afternoon he takes sweet potatos and chicken. He adds that in total, he eats 5 - 6 times a day.
The University of Lagos Diploma graduate also disclosed that he is currently studying criminology at the same institution which he has a flair for, as his masters program.
He added that he competes in the Super Heavyweight class for those that weigh over 120kg and says he weighs about 156kg.
Watch NAIJ.com's interview with Nigeria's strongest man below;