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Rotaractor Popoola Oluwatobiloba Martha was born into the family of Mr&Mrs Kehinde Popoola on a beautiful Wednesday morning, 23rd of January, two decades ago. Born in Kano state but had to leave during the then riot and relocated to Ilorin with parents. She attended Tenderfoot Nursery & Primary School and proceeded to Unilorin Secondary School. Due to her parent’s transfer to Osogbo, she had to leave and changed to Academy of Success where she eventually completed her secondary education. After a successful completion of her O’level, she was offered admission to study English Language Education at University of Uyo in the year 2009 and got certified upon completion of her degree program in the year 2014. She however got delayed by school and couldn’t go for the National Youth Corps Service, she then had to work with Sart Partners Limited till 2017 when she was eventually mobilized. She is presently serving her fatherland in Ilorin, Kwara State. 

“Slim” as fondly called by friends & family became a part of Rotary family in the year 2010 after a fun section anchored by PADR Akinyoade Afeez(Osupa) at her birthday party in school. She willingly joined the club and got inducted in the year BCBC by PDR Ojo Philip. She contributed actively to the progress of the club as she served in diverse capacities before transferring her membership to Rotaract Club of Osogbo in the year 2013.

Martha is a devoted Christian. Her hobbies include listening to music, chatting and watching movies. She is a loyal fan of Manchester United. She is single but comfortably committed to a relationship. 

Thank u….



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One Response to RAC OSOGBO

  1. omoakeen says:

    What was her former club before transferring to Osogbo?


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