"I am a woman's rights activist and citizen journalist, working specifically on prevention of child sexual assault and providiing skill acquisition trainings for women.
I studied English Language at the University of Lagos (1997) Masters in English Language (2001), after which I did a Diploma in Computer Studies.
The struggle of violence against women led me to endviolenceagainstwomen.org, where I was trained. Later on I was among the selected participants of VOF and was trained on Citizen Journalism by Worldpulse, Diploma in Gender, Diversity and Transformation at Visthar in Bangalore-India (May 2010. Presently I am pursuing a 3-5 years training for Transformation at the Institute for Transformation in Kleinmond,Cape-Town, South Africa.
I am blessed with two lovely daughters, Angel and Divine, and married to Adebowale David Adepoju
I founded 'Stop the Abuse of Rights' during my training as one of the Voices of our Future Correspondents at World Pulse. With such an empowerment opportunity, I know that there is no going back in sacrificing whatever it takes to liberate women and children from the shackles of oppression, irrespective of race, creed, tongue or geographical area, as long as we are human beings."
In 2013, I was selected for the Coady Institute Global Change Leaders Program in Canada.