“My childhood wasn't hard, but it wasn't easy either,” Osiah explains. “My parents came from Africa to find opportunities, but instead, they found more hardships as they searched for jobs to makes ends meet to provide for their six children. I cherished these experiences the most because I learned the value of a dollar, how to save, respect, humility and appreciation for one’s life and culture.”
Osiah absolutely adores his parents because he tells us they never stop trying to teach right from wrong. “I see myself displaying so many of their characteristics and it makes me laugh with joy because I know I am just like them in so many ways,” he adds. “Whenever I see them together, it is a constant reminder of the type of marriage I wish for.”
“I am inspired when I’m told to motivate and inspire others to take better care of themselves,” explains Osiah. “It blows my mind to know that I am able to reach people in this way. It inspires me to keep going and even develop other ways to reach out to others.”
When he’s not in the gym or eating right, Osiah enjoys music ladies, so are you ready to dedicate a special song just for him? “I listen to all genres of music but it’s R&B that grabs my interest most,” he shares. “It’s melodic food for my old soul.”
“I love just hanging out with my little brother,” admits family-oriented hunk Osiah. “Spending quality time with him has always produced some of the happiest moments of my life,” he admits. “My brother is my other half.”
Osiah doesn’t just enjoy listening to music, he sings too. If you win over his heart, prepare for a sweet, sweet serenade. We’d love to watch those sexy lips belt out a sultry tune. We think our hearts just skipped a beat!
“Growing up, I was left-handed, but my parents didn't like it because in Nigerian culture, the use of the left hand is a sign of disrespect,” Osiah recalls. “I was forced to be right-handed. That’s something people might be surprised to know about me.”
Ladies, Osiah’s single and more prepared than eve before to meet the woman of his dreams. “I haven’t had the best of luck in relationships, but each experience has taught me the type of woman I want, need and wish to introduce to my mother someday,” he shares.
“I wouldn't say that I’m looking for love, because I leave all things in that regard in GOD’s hands,” says Osiah. “But, I am definitely ready for love, and the kind of woman that I need is one who is going to love me the way a man should be loved.”
“I’m a simple guy, so I don't need to do anything extravagant to get the most out of a date,” says Osiah. “A perfect date for me would be dinner served on a high balcony while we connect through conversation and laughter. Afterward, we would take a walk through a beautiful setting, hold hands and then exchange genuine smiles and penetrating eye contact.” Swoon!
“Yes, ladies, I can cook,” boasts Osiah. “I have recently gotten more into cooking because I am single and have to be able to provide for myself. Cooking is fun and it feels good to tell my Nigerian-born mother that I can because she can really go to work in the kitchen too.”
“The type of woman that turns me on is a strong woman who doesn't let pride get in the way of things and can admit when she is wrong,” Osiah shares. “My mother always told me to get a giving woman who will lift me up instead of bring me down.” Ladies say hello to him below!