Nigeria's Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo is in the United States of America on an official visit.

He has been to Google and extended his presence to Hollywood where he met some gladiators in movie making and also one celebrated Nigerian Super Star- Laolu Senbanjo.

Laolu was born in Ilorin, the Kwara state capital. He visual artist, musician, singer/songwriter, and former human rights attorney. He also had a brief spell as a journalist with NN24 Limited.

He relocated to the United States in around 2010 and has since made a success of his artistry which he calls Afromysterics, meaning mystery of the African thought pattern. It incorporates African themes and African traditions. 

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He has had commissions from, and formed partnerships with, celebrities and brand titans including Nike, Beyoncé's album Lemonade, the Grammy Museum, and the Smithsonian Institution.

He has also partnered with Danielle Brooks (who plays Tasha Jefferson on the Netflix series Orange Is the New Black). In June 2015, Senbanjo's new mantra became "everything is my canvas" and he began painting on everything from shoes, to jackets, to people.

Laolu met with Prof. Osinbajo in Hollywood where he works and they shared a moment.

See photos here.