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Friday, September 09, 2016

Dr Adedunmola Oluwo -The Small Town Girl Who Achieved More Than A Medical Degree

Dr Adedunmola Oluwo, a 24 year old Nigerian lady from Abeokuta, Ogun State, went against all odds to achieve a feat most people would consider impossible...





 The recently graduated medical Doctor, who attended University of Debrecen Hungary, challenged herself to start not one or two businesses while in Medical School but four unique businesses. Aside from owning these four businesses, she was the only one running it as a one-man team with no help whatsoever .




 At the age of 17 when she moved to Hungary for her studies, she started her first business, Hair by Dedun, as a means to get extra cash for monthly stipends but ended up making more than enough from the business. As an inquisitive lady, she decided to try her hands on baking just for the fun of it and luckily for her, a friend tasted one of her delicious cakes and placed the first order.



 This was four years ago when Dedun's Cakes, the biggest Cakes and Pastry business owned by a student in Hungary, was born. 

Due to the high demand from the Nigerian students for some nostalgic home food, Dr Dedun, as she's fondly called, ventured into the Nigerian food catering business, serving delicious home away from home meals to her fellow students. She calls it DedunCooks. 



Recently, she discovered her love for make-up application and after musing with her friends, she decided to enroll in a make-up school in her final year of Medical School. She has now added Belle Artistry by Dedun to her successful list of Businesses. 




She is also a lifestyle and inspirational writer on a self-named blog, www.drdedun.com. She focuses mainly on students but occasionally writes on general life experiences that any age group can relate to. Her aim is to spread positivity, encouragement and inspire people through her life's story. 

One would think this ambitious young lady would stop there but her love for business and medicine is one she doesn't want to give up on. All along, her plan was to save enough money to relieve her retired Single Mother, who has supported her throughout her medical journey, the stress of paying for her dream of attaining a Masters degree. Her determination and courage finally paid off when she successfully enrolled and sponsored herself in a Business School to study Msc Health Management. 




This young achiever is worth celebrating. Not only has she made Nigeria proud by representing them in good light in the diaspora, she has also managed to be financially stable and independent from her loving mother. 

I'm sure her family is proud of her, we should be too. 





Congratulations Dr Adedunmola Oluwo


95 comments:

  1. Awww! Beautiful doctor....congrats!

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    1. I'm not sorry to say she is all over the place. Stick to one or two and be great at it. Not be everywhere. Who jack of all trade hepp

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    2. @Alicia it helped the Ibru and Dangote families for starters.

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    3. She is my school mate although she is 6 years old tho, we are all proud of her. Greater heights to you dumola

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    4. It has helped her as you can see .

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    5. Well, she's a master of none.

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  2. WOW this is inspiring and humbling. More strength to her to achieve more feats. BrilliantπŸ‘

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    1. Very inspiring. So proud of her as a woman achiever. More grease to your elbow.

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    2. This is great news!! Keep it up girl πŸ‘πŸ½

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  3. You go girl! Proud of you sure!

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  4. Wow, someone should tag dat big head that says wife not cook, I didn't mention any name ooo

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  5. I'm inspired by this little yet mighty soul.

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    1. And yet some underachievers won't let us rest on this blog *side eye

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  6. All women I know from Ogun state are very successful especially Ijebu girls. The jazz they carry is unknown. Well done and best of luck.

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    1. Na gud jazz b tht na

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    2. A lot are achieving greatness without jazz my dear...don't settle for less and please stop misleading others.

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    3. God Almighty,my forever efficient jazz.

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  7. WOWWWWWW
    AM MOTIVATED.... I CELEBRATE YOU GIRL- DER DEDUN... YOU SHALL CONTINUE TO GROW FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH..

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    1. Wow!!!!
      Now that's worth celebrating Dr!
      And she's so young too.
      Very focused brilliant girl.
      May your dreams never be cut short Amen.
      Keep being a great blessing to your mom, self, Country and the world!
      I'm inspired too!
      Wow!!

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    2. Amen and you too. Thank you

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  8. Wow!

    This is soo beautiful, and worthy of emulation.

    Way to go.

    #WhiteDiamondOut

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  9. Congrates girl. Beauty with brains.

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  10. an inspirational read,as tasking as reading medicine is,she was able to make it in d business world..while una dey read common bus admin sef no fit do 1 biz. go on gal.God bless out hussle

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    1. She for come study d medicine for UNN, nobody go tell her to stay one place.

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    2. Anon 15:23 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ You are right!!
      the other day I said I didn't want to do my masters in nig. Someone came and was cussing me out. My dear, when you study under some settings you will indeed be limited. Abroad, you have your timetable 1 year in advance you can plan your life around it. In Nigeria, when I was doing small biz as an undergrad, it is the day I travel to re-stock I will get a call saying lecturer came and gave test on Friday morning (unannounced) when his next Lecture was supposed to be on Monday afternoon. And they won't reset for you even if you beg from now till next year.
      Indeed you will nyash down somewhere. This is why my children must not see what I've seen. They will be better than me. Amen

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    3. Hahaha! Medicine for UNN no easy at all! She for no get time to de do jack of all trade! But she tried sha...e no easy

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  11. Wow such an inspiring story!A big congrats Dr.Dedun.
    God bless you more and more.

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  12. Una no go see & CELEBRATE her now, tomorrow one foul-mouthed fool will say Nigerians are criminals, fraudsters, drug traffickers etc.

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    1. Abi,way to go girl. I fear she might become jack of all trades though.

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    2. Sassy she's young and can explore as she wants. She will find a core area and focus on. It's all part of the story.

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  13. Wow soooooooooo many feathers to her cap... Who says u need a man in ur life to be relevant to d society? See all she's achieved @ 24.

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  14. Well done to this Nigerian lady representing us in Hungary, it just to shows how determined and ambitious we are as Nigerians, this was even evident by Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook when he said, he sees the shear determination to succeed from Nigerians.

    I don't understand why people have started putting her state of origin into it; as far as am concerned, I see a Nigerian making her country proud, irrespective of her ethnicity background.

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    1. But if it was drug trafficking news you will mention state of origin Abi?

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    2. If na bad thing,u go remember her state of Origin......

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  15. Wow enough package for her husband #wife'na'cook# babe you rock.

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  16. Great stuff! Well done Dr Dedun!

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  17. Wow, I'm inspired, I know one day, Thelma's CAKE will be a global name and a force to reckon with, so help me God.
    *Faithful bv*

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    1. Lol, you got a long way to go. Watch cake boss you go understand.

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  18. This is inspiring and humbling. Congrats. Good she is also a good cook even with her accomplishments

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  19. Well done girl. God bless your hustle.

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  20. Girl, am so inspired. And how she manages her time joggling 4 businesses and almighty medicine beats me black nd blue!

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  21. I Pray my future child also receive ability to do and excel in Jesus name. I love you πŸ’‹.

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  22. Lesson to our people in authority -

    create conducive and enabling environment and see Nigerians do wonders
    With all that is embedded in her. She couldn't have achieved all these studying in Nigeria where studies are not regulated. Where students don't know when the are free before hand and plan to use their spare time for something else without clashing with arbitrarily scheduled classes, tests, exams, seminars etc. Where students can be called up for lectures or test at night, on weekends and such other odd times.where your project or assignment can be delayed unnecessarily thereby eating into the time you can use for other productive ventures.
    In Hungary and other climes inhabited by real humans, education is stress free and you know ahead of time when you are scheduled for what

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    1. You are truly a youngman with lots of sense in his head. @ youngman.

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ youngman πŸ‘πŸ½

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    3. Kai! For once I agree with you. You made so much sense. One politician was talking down our youths the other day, comparing them to Jason and Mark of FB, but he said nothing about the poor state Nigeria is in to nurture talent. I think Nigerian youths are trying so hard to beat all the odds they contend with daily. That is why they flourish in a conducive environment. Most of them politicians send their kids to the best schools abroad, but put down Nigerian kids who are doing their best with the present circumstances.

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    4. You are very right. Where there is a standard educational structure, students will thrive better. I could only do this by adequate planning ahead of time.

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  23. Why didn't she go to Harvard or cambridge?

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    1. Hater alert.Here you are sleeping on stella's blog insulting Yorubas,talking about sex as if your life depends on it but you have not achieve few of what the lady have. Tribalist bigot

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    2. James have you paid Nigerian federal university tuition??? talk more of Havard.

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    3. It's everyone's dream to go to an ivy league school but do you know there are better schools than those you've mentioned? My university is outstanding and I'm an equal/colleague to whoever went to an ivy league. Even some Unis in Nigeria are very good but our society/govt won't help push them forward.

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  24. Congratulations dearie.

    Wow!! I celebrate you. Greater heights

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  25. Congrats to you nd More grease to your elbow

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  26. A girl after my own heart....*turning every opportunity into business*. Well done you!

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  27. well done girl!!! very inspiring ..

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  28. Some ladies will never tell you the real story.........



    I am happy for the chick...

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  29. Like huh, this what I call inspiring Jack of all trade.

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  30. You go girl πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘. We are proud of you.

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  31. Beautiful & talented lady.Congrats in your achievements.

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  32. I'm proud of you my dear, I wish you good health to enjoy all you have laboured for..thanks for making us proud, I believe in 9ja

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  33. Yoruba's are always brilliant.
    No bad words from illiterate, James and Queen. Uneducated bunch of morons.

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  34. Congrats, you do us proud!

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  35. Congragulobiaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, u did well for itself

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  36. What an inspiration! You can only achieve these in abroad, where you can combine 2-3 jobs with schooling together..In naija,u re entitled to one,either u re working or schooling. Kudos beautiful lady.

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  37. Worth of emulation

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  38. So inspiring!wow!proud of you doci

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  39. Hnmmm... I must confess I'm really proud of you girl, infact, Nigeria is proud of you , achieving all these at age 24 is something you should always thank God for... I wish people would have reasons to celebrate me also when I'm 24 cos I'm 23 now, though I'm striving hard to put my leisure time into productive uses, but Nigeria is a country with many hindrances socially, economically and financially. I have promised myself to overcome all these factors... So help me God(amen)

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    1. Amen but it doesn't matter the age,you will always be celebrated. ❤

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    1. See mouth?? Destiny truncater. Did she tell you she's single? Swerve!!

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    2. Be ur wife abi,u dey find readymade...swerve biko...my dear doctor, u are such an inspiration

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    3. Be ur wife abi,u dey find readymade...swerve biko...my dear doctor, u are such an inspiration

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  41. Wow, I'm so inspired by her industrious mind. Then she come get book sense join on top. See better pikin. God bless you more Dr. Dedun. Keep making your Mama proud and celebrated. I pray you meet a good husband when the time comes. I pray God to re-route any lazy, gold digging, lie lie , womanizing fellow far away from you. I pray your future husband will not break you or bring you down; but would compliment, love , support, protect and add to your shine.

    Thanks SDK for celebrating her, & we say congratulations Dr. Dedun.

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  42. Better pikin some babe b waiting on dis blogg for I dnt date stingy guys, instead of putting ur foot on d ground nd get creative nd working. Dem b forming soft babes wen all d talent d av is der hole

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  43. Well done, May the Lord continue to bless you.

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  44. I am proud of you Dr. Dedun. Thanks for making Egba proud!

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