If you ask me…Kemi Banjo

Kemi Banjo is 15 and is in foster care. He is originally from Nigeria

Who has influenced you the most?
The Children’s Society project New Londoners. It has helped me to socialise and feel more confident.

Which professional has helped you most?
My counsellor, Joy Bryan.

What one thing would you change about care services in your area?
To have foster carers who can do their job and who are not two-faced.

What three words best describe you?
Loud, kind and friendly.

What event most changed your life?
The Children’s Society Christmas carol concert where I stood up in front of the whole church.

What superpowers do you wish you had?
To make the world a better place and be able to fly through traffic.

Who is your dream date?
Someone who will love me the way I am.

What is your greatest achievement?
Getting a drama award when I went on holiday to Manchester.

What makes you angry?
I was angry when I was bullied at school.

What is your favourite expression?

Who would you like to swap places with?
Tony Blair’s wife, Cherie.

What cause would you fight for?
My human rights.

How would you like to be remembered?
That I was kind, friendly and smiled a lot.

What is the most important lesson you have learned?
No matter where you are, God is with you.

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