Ozuruome Deborah Sopuruchukwu emerges Odogwublog Ambassador

Ozuruome Deborah Sopuruchukwu yesterday joined the team of Ambassadors of www.odogwublog.com.

She was born on the 11th of November, 2004. She hails from Orlu LGA, Imo state, Nigeria.

She is a Lagos brought up until four months ago when she relocated to Ibadan, where her parents now resided.

She attended Ilystral Nursery and Primary School between the year 2005 to 2014. And later attended Okota Junior Secondary School from 2014 till 2017, then proceeded to Ijeshatedo Senior Secondary School from 2017 till 2020.

After sitting for the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) exam, she got admitted into Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, on the 9th of April, 2021 to study Mass Communication.

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Her hobbies are singing, reading, writing and interactive learning. Her dream has always been to build a society where the hopes and dreams of each and everyone is kept ablaze by encouraging the importance of education, learning, and gender equality.
She loves working hand in glove with like minded achievers to create foundations for the purpose of societal growth. And the joy of seeing every community providing Ambassadors of Quality Education is her mantra.

The happiness that comes along with the realization of a non-gender based political and social system as well as a society where everyone is bold enough to follow their dreams gives her Joy.

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She wants a country where education is not based on “if there’s money”. Her best quote is “The darkest part of the night, is the closest to dawn ”. Truly, it has kept her going.

She thought the University would be easy since she was really good at writing in Secondary School, but she has seen it’s not easy without hardwork.

She represented her School in different essay competitions, including 2019 Nigerian Stock Exchange Essay Competition. She wrote and broadcast news every Thursday during the morning assembly in her Secondary School days.

Indeed, writing was her joy and she is poised to take it to the next level.

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