Omobolanle Adeyemo called Omoby by friends and family is a professional Quantity Surveyor and Construction Manager, a Writer,  and an Author of her debut book, “ALERO”.. She holds a Masters Degree in Construction Management from Sheffield Hallam University, United Kingdom, having undertaken her Bachelor’s Degree in Quantity Surveying from the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria.

Omoby started her working career with a Lagos-based Quantity Surveying firm and continued with other Prestigious Construction/ Quantity Surveying Firms where she has gained practical experience in Building Construction, Mechanical and Building Services, Civil and Heavy Engineering Projects.

Omoby holds membership qualifications with the Canadian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (CIQS), Canada, the Nigerian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (NIQS), Nigeria, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) and the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), both in the United Kingdom.

Omoby has passionate interest in building construction and engineering projects and a parallel passion for counseling and teaching singles in areas of relationships, careers and purpose.

She is a social media influencer and helps brands to push their business on her over 26K Facebook followers.

Omoby is also a Relationship Counselor. Her message boils down on teaching young ladies and men to maximize their single life. She teaches that marriage is not all a woman is made to achieve.

Conclusively, Omoby loves God, books and shoes. Omoby has successfully built her personal library to the number of over a thousand books. She is currently working on building an e-library where young minds can be cultured on reading.

Outside work, Omoby enjoys travelling, reading and counselling. She also writes short articles or write-ups in blogs and on social media platforms. She speaks regularly on relationship issues on several platforms.

Omobolanle Adeyemo is happily married to Temitope Awoyemi, a Management Consultant, and they make their home in Canada with their son, Oluwadarasimi Elliot.

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      • VICKY N says:

        I must commend you are one of the rare ones… i see you have a relation with God i guess that makes the difference….
        Thank you soooo much for all the information on CANADA RELOCATION and for being really frank and truthful…..
        all informations taken in!
        GOD BLESS YOU!!!

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      • Bright Ehiedu Imangbe says:

        Good morning mrs Omobolanle Adeyemo, I am a graduate of Babcock University and am interested in relocating to canada by January 2020.
        I currently have a WES account because i was already applying for Masters in USA.
        But now all my attention is for relocating too canada after reading your article online.
        I would love to know after sending all my documents to WES please what the next action?
        Thank You

        information is power.

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  1. Adeojo, Alfred says:

    Omoby thank you for this awesome and enriching information… Trust me I look for you as soon as I arrive with Africa Cola in appreciation…

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Omoby,
    Trust you doing ok, and keep up the good job.
    I had to search on google for you to get this blog as I am no longer on Facebook( I have known you on FB since early days of Babes Redefined)
    Please I need your contact as regards relocation to Canada, I live in the US but I have a nephew in Nigeria that needs guidance, and you readily came to mind.
    Kindly assist.
    My WhatsApp contact is +1) 6825831436
    Thanks in anticipation.

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