The Organized-Youths and Leadership Development Network
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She had her first degree from the University of Jos where she studied Law (LLB. Hons) 2010. She then attended the Nigerian Law School, Bwari-Abuja (2010-2011), obtained a B.L, Had an LL.M from the University of Ibadan (2015). She attended Alliance francais de jos and got DELF A (A diploma in French), 2004 -2006.
Oluwakorede attended Demonstration Secondary School, Jos. She completed her primary studies in St. Paul's Anglican primary School, Jos, Plateau State.
She worked as a Junior Associate with A.B JAMES & Co. (Legal Practitioners), JOS.( 2013).
Junior State Counsel, Ministry of Justice Kebbi State (National Youth Service Corps Scheme, February – October 2012).
INTERN, Kekemeke chambers (Legal Practitioners), Jos, Plateau state (May – June 2011).
She is presently with J.O. Ajewole & Co. Lokoja, Kogi state, practicing.