by Sofowora Oladapo
It goes without saying that Miss Olatinpo Odutola had always gotten everything she ever wanted, at the snap of a finger. Born to extremely wealthy parents, hers is the proverbial silver spoon she is born with. Deviating from the trend of the entitled and spoilt kids, who depend on the largess of wealthy parents, she has differentiated herself by working hard and making her own money.
Authoritatively, it was gathered by HAPPENINGS that, Olatinpo has never had to feel the pangs of poverty, perhaps her pedigree as a grand daughter of the late Ijebu-Ode born billionaire and business magnate, Chief Adeola Odutola is reason for her privileged upbringing and her association with the society’s elite.
The well connected and influential philanthropist has shown admirable commitment to the mission of uplifting the downtrodden in the society, a development that has earned her admiration across the country. She is instrumental in contributing her quota to humanity, through empowerment and the education of the female.
Interestingly, her bit which reaches out to females in need is the Olubusola Akingbehin Memorial Foundation, a non-governmental organisation (NGO). Happenings gathered that the Foundation provided child bearing supplies for pregnant women in Ogun state General Hospital, Otunba Tunwase Hospital and other rural clinics within Ijebu Ode, Ogun state.
Olatinpo is also at the forefront in the campaign against gender inequality and domestic violence against women.