Rinu Oduala’s Biography, Age, Education, Spouse, Parents, And Career

Rinu Oduala is a Human Rights advocate, Influencer and community organizer focused primarily on issues of equity, justice, humanity and community advancement.

 

Rinu was raised in Lagos, Nigeria. She had her primary and secondary school education in Lagos State.

Who is Rinu Oduala?

Rinu Oduala is a Human Rights advocate, Influencer and community organizer focused primarily on issues of equity, justice, humanity and community advancement.

Full name: Bolatito Rachel Olorunrinu Oduala

Age: 25

Date of birth:  November 1, 1998

Place of birth: Lagos Nigeria

State of origin: Lagos State

Nationality: Nigerian

Religion: Christianity

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Education: Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Lagos State University

Parents: Mr & Mrs Oduala

Spouse: Update soon

Siblings: Undisclosed

Net worth: Undisclosed

Social media: Twitter@Rinuoduala

Rinu has emerged as a significant figure in the effort to challenge the systems and institutions that have resulted in the mass incarceration and police killings of Nigerians, spurred on by police brutality in Nigeria and elsewhere.

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In Nigeria, Rinu has been a vocal and ardent opponent of social, political, and economic injustices. She is an activist who is constantly mindful of and concerned about social justice, good governance, and the rule of law.

Rinu gained further notoriety after the 2020 End SARS rally, which aimed to stop police brutality in Nigeria. With a lengthy history of crimes against humanity, the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigerian Police was a notorious division. The days-long demonstration later demanded an end to SARS and improved government in Nigeria.

The protest had various celebrities as participants, like Davido and Burna Boy, among others.

Rinu Oduala’s Awards

  • Woman of the Year, Advocacy Winner, Her Network 2021
  • Woman of the year, Advocacy Winner, HerEconomy 2022
  • NBC Washington, 31. Women creating a positive impact in Africa.
  • Nominee: Africa’s Top Celebrity Promotion of Justice and Social Good 2021
  • 100 Most Influential People in Africa, 2021-Top Charts
  • Future Awards Prize for Advocacy and Activism
  • Nominee Trendupp Force of Social Good
  • Most Searched Person Class of 2021-NETNG
  • Nominee for the CAHR Aminu Kano Award for Leadership, 2020.
  • Nominee-Youth Advocate of the Year (LYA)
  • One of the 2020s’ 100 Most Influential Young Nigerians.
  • One of YNaija’s Most Influential Voices in Nigerian Politics
  • The BBC’s Most Influential Women in Africa 2020
  • Avance 100 Most Influential Nigerians 2020
  • Business Day: 50 Inspiring Nigerian Women 2020
  • One of NBCWashington’s 31 women creating a positive impact in Africa.
  • BBC Nigerian Women Leading the Fight for Change.
  • One of LLA’s 2021 #100 Most Inspiring Women in Nigeria.
  • YNaija’s 100 Most Powerful Young Nigerians 2021
  • YNaija Power List, Advocacy
  • YNaija Media 100-Influencers (Twitter)
  • Pulse Picks-Twitter Influencer 2021

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