Christian Sopuruchi

Sopuruchi effortlessly wears many hats. As the President of the Precious Fountain Foundation (PFF), he champions leadership development among young people in developing countries. Simultaneously, he serves as a professor at OP Jindal University, imparting knowledge and shaping minds and is a PhD student.

Sopuruchi’s academic pursuits take him across continents. He divides his time between Nigeria and Canada, where he pursues a PhD at the University of British Columbia. His dedication extends to family—he is married to Iyanuoluwa and is a proud father to the delightful Onyinyechi.  Under his leadership, PFF has flourished and is poised to leave an indelible mark on developing nations worldwide. Sopuruchi’s unwavering commitment to growth and impact is evident in the dynamic PFF team and the commitment they bring to changing the world.

Abisola Mustapha

Abisola, born in Asaba, Delta State, harbored dreams of becoming a medical doctor, particularly a gynecologist, driven by her love for pregnant mothers and newborn babies. Her educational journey took her through Niger Mixed Secondary School in Asaba and Microbiology studies at Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile-Ife. Alongside her academic pursuits, Abisola actively developed professional skills in leadership, project management, first aid, and administration.

Her commitment to volunteering led her from being a Nigerian Red Cross volunteer to becoming a certified practical first aider. Additionally, she received training as a Teaching at The Right Level (TaRL) facilitator through TaRL Africa in Nairobi, equipping her with skills to assist young learners facing learning difficulties. As an alumnus of the Young Researcher’s Hub at OAU, she participated in academic conferences and research training.

Abisola’s growth journey was not without challenges, but her unwavering determination led her to a glorious destination. She attributes her strength to her faith in God. Beyond her professional pursuits, she enjoys reading, traveling, singing, engaging in meaningful discussions, and connecting with like-minded individuals. Her passion lies in supporting children with congenital disorders (special kids) and promoting the overall well-being of young adults. As the head of administration at the Precious Fountain Foundation (PFF), Abisola manages and co-manages various projects, including Project Restrategise, Youth and Teens Seminars, monthly seminars, Ufodo Summer School, and the International Leadership Bootcamp.


Tomiwa Ajiboye

Tomiwa Ajiboye’s childhood spanned both the North and South West regions of Nigeria. After completing his primary and secondary education, he earned his law degree from Obafemi Awolowo University in 2021. Now a qualified solicitor and barrister, Tomiwa practices law in FCT-Abuja, providing corporate and commercial services to high-value clients worldwide.

Driven by a passion for policy-making, Tomiwa aspires to pursue a Master’s in Policy and Administration. Beyond his legal career, he dedicates his spare time to impactful initiatives. Notably, he managed a social impact program that delivered welfare items to 500 internally displaced women. Additionally, he oversaw a skill acquisition program benefiting over 20 IDP women. His favorite quote, attributed to Cicero, reflects his belief in collective responsibility: “Non nobis solum nati sumus” (not for ourselves alone are we born). Tomiwa draws inspiration from Jesus Christ, Shimon Peres, and Lee Kuan Yew—trailblazers who continually challenge the status quo.

Afua Nkansah-Asamoah

Afua, originally from Accra, Ghana, now resides in London, UK. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Law (LLB) from SOAS University of London. Beyond her legal background, Afua wears multiple hats: Scrum Master, Product Owner professional, Safeguarding Lead, and aspiring Barrister. Her passion lies in collaborating with like-minded individuals to address Africa’s challenges across education, art, heritage, energy, and investments.

Noteworthy moments in Afua’s journey include her appointment by the Ghanaian Presidential office as a member of the Committee on the Future of Ghana’s Museums and Cultural Heritage in 2020. In the United Kingdom, she serves as one of the first youth members on the Advisory Committee of the Government Art Collection since 2022. Additionally, Afua plays a pivotal role in privacy management within her function.

As a dedicated volunteer at the Precious Fountain Foundation (PFF), Afua contributes significantly. She facilitates the PFF International Leadership Bootcamp (ILB) and spearheads the African Leadership Forum project in collaboration with FORWARD UK. Her interests span art, heritage, hiking, and youth development. Afua’s introspective nature fuels her passion for journaling and writing. She firmly upholds integrity and honesty, striving to embody these values.

Her favorite quote, attributed to Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, resonates deeply: “The size of your dreams must always exceed your current capacity to achieve them. If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough.” Afua draws inspiration not only from distant trailblazers but also from her close-knit circle of friends and family who constantly challenge the status quo.

Gideon Abioye Oyedeji

Gideon Abioye Oyedeji was born in Niger State, Nigeria. Because of the challenges he faced while growing up, especially with the inadequacy of quality education, he grew to develop passion to provide quality education to children especially in rural areas. This informed his pursuit of degrees geared to this end. Apart from bagging a Doctorate Degree in English Language, he has consistently built his professional focus around providing quality education.
Notable amongst these engagements is his acquisition of training on TaRL methodology in Nairobi in 2023. Gideon has been a teacher and loves to provide opportunity to teach and train teachers on best practices in providing quality education. Apart from being a teacher, Gideon sits as a board member of Precious Fountain Foundation where he currently brainstorms with other team members on a project that provides quality education for children in slum settlements and rural areas in Southern- Western Nigeria. Gideon loves to sing and network with people

Jachimma Christian

Jachimma Christian, born in Aba, Abia State, Nigeria, harbored dreams of becoming an engineer and establishing a car manufacturing company. His academic journey led him to study Materials and Metallurgical Engineering at the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO). Over time, he transitioned from managing projects as a farm manager to honing his problem-solving skills as he serves the purpose of the Precious Fountain Foundation (PFF). Currently, he is immersed in upskilling as a Data Analyst, aiming to apply these newfound skills to PFF projects. Jachimma’s passion lies in meeting people’s needs and contributing strategically to the foundation. His favorite quote, “If you do not give up and keep working at it, anything will work,” reflects his unwavering determination that he brings to any project or undertaking that he is part of.


Iyanuoluwa Odunayo Christian

Iyanuoluwa Odunayo Christian, born in Akure, Ondo State, had a childhood filled with dreams of adventure—whether as a pilot, astronaut, or actor. Her path led her to study Medicine and Surgery at Obafemi Awolowo University (O.A.U.), where she honed her multitasking skills. Now a licensed and practicing physician, she channels her passion for helping others into her work at the Precious Fountain Foundation. As an executive member of PFF, she serves as a role model for young people, particularly aspiring females, encouraging them to excel in their chosen paths.