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Fajobi Deborah

Fajobi Deborah Eniola, born in Ile-Ife, Osun State, Nigeria, initially aspired to become a doctor and later considered a career as a pharmacist. She attended Pearl Preparatory School for her primary education and Ambassadors College for her secondary education, both in Ile-Ife, Osun State. Currently, she is a Food Science and Technology student at Obafemi Awolowo University (O.A.U.) and is venturing into the marketing world as a newbie.

As an active health volunteer and Precious Fountain Foundation (PFF) volunteer, Deborah faces challenges head-on. Transitioning to a new career path and balancing academic life with other responsibilities have been significant hurdles. Her interests span a wide range, and she finds inspiration in everything she encounters. Deborah co-planned the PFF Summer School (Ufodo) project, demonstrating her commitment to community impact. Her favorite motto—“At the end, it will all be fine”—reflects her resilience. Her role model is her mother, a superwoman who excels in managing multiple responsibilities while selflessly serving the community.