The Nigerian lady had her primary and secondary school education on scholarship, thanks to Alhaja Sekinah Adekola, the proprietress of Ad-din International College, Ibadan.
Oluwatoyin who once won the Oyo state essay writing competition on poverty eradication, had to work for a year after her secondary school education before she registered for JAMB. She finally got admitted to the University Of Ibadan, to study medicine, around the same time, she got a scholarship to study Nursing at IUA.
She had to choose Sudan because it was a scholarship and studying medicine in Nigeria without cash could be difficult. Interested, she graduated as a doctor because in her primordial year, she had a GPA of 3.61/4.00, above 3.50 (the school highest score then) and the Faculty of Medicine chose her to be one of her students.
In her speech at the graduation ceremony, Oluwatoyin said:
“One certain thing I know about myself which can’t be disputed is that I am a living miracle of Allah. If you have searched for a proof of miracle but to no avail, look no further as I am here to testify to miracles of God.
I will always be grateful to Allah, and my parents despite not living long to know more about them. To my mum and namesake, I know you were proud of me but I am much more proud and envious of you because you had a beautiful life crowned and gifted with a daughter that will never let your dream go with the wind.
I miss you and I wished you were here to witness today. You are blessed mum and I won’t say I love you instead I will say I love my existence for you because aside Allah and His prophet, the next person I live and exist for is YOU, I shall live to fulfill all your dreams. I Love you till the end of time, mom. continue to rest in peace.”