This supremely exceptional motivating force, against all odds, became a reputable lawyer, despite his sight loss at a tender age of nine, due to measles which in the end, resulted to the dreaded silent killer of the eyes (glaucoma).
Expectedly, the parents of barrister Komolafe laudably swung to action by seeking both spiritual and medical solutions to curb the wrath of the unwanted visual impairment which was ravaging the sight of their beloved child. But unfortunately, their commendable efforts were painfully fruitless.
With his self-will and intrinsic burning desire not to settle for absolute mediocrity, barrister Komolafe influenced his parents to enrolled him to Ijebu-Igbo centre for the blind, where he completed his primary education.
Upon the completion of his primary education, barrister Komolafe proceeded to Adeola Odutola college at Ijebu-Ode, where he had his junior secondary education. Also, he proceeded to Molusi college at Ijebu-Ode, where he completed his secondary education in 2012.
Having successfully passed both West Africa Examination Council and the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board, barrister Komolafe began to seek admission at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.
Meanwhile, as barrister Komolafe was hoping for the success of his admission process in OAU, he continued to equip himself with essential computer training in Abeokuta.
As expected, barrister Komolafe gained admission to the prestigious faculty of law, where the journey of his life truly began.
To state that the journey was smooth sailing will be absolutely misleading. He faced numerous challenges as a visually impaired student. But he overcame his challenges through resilience and all thanks to some of his friends, barrister Waliu especially, a friend indeed who stood by him valiantly during the ranging storm.
By 2019, barrister Komolafe graduated triumphantly with a remarkable CGPA of 4.27 (strong second class upper). Furthermore, he proceeded to Nigerian law school, Lagos campus, in 2020.
Again, barrister Komolafe performed excellently with remarkable)2.1(, in an institution that had thousands of individuals without disabilities.
In 2021, barrister Komolafe deservedly received an award in Abuja, during his call to the bar ceremony.
The extraordinary intelligence of this amazing lawyer has landed him a full-time employment in Ogun state ministry of justice, where he now works as a state prosecutor, having worked briefly with some private law establishments.
The all-inspiring journey of this extraordinary young man is a testament that determination is above all challenges of life. Evidently, the world has moved beyond the era of abilities in disabilities; we are now fully in the period of productivities in disabilities.