Femi Oluwole biography and Net Worth

Published August 31st, 2022, 7:18 AM by

Femi Oluwole is a fearless Nigerian British political activist. He is a co-founder of the pro-European Union advocacy group Our Future Our Choice (OFOC).

Femi is an EU law graduate turned into activism. He has appeared as an activist and commentator on British television. He has written for The Independent, The Guardian and The Metro.

Olawole has worked in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and human rights agencies. He left his “dream job” to become a campaigner against Brexit, telling the Evening Standard that he made the decision to quit because he was frustrated by the efforts of mainstream pro-Remain politicians and planned to provide accurate pro-EU information by explaining difficult legal concepts using Twitter and YouTube.

Femi Oluwole age

Femi Oluwole was born on March 1990, in Darlington. He is 32 years in 2022. His father is a surgeon and a his mother is a paediatrician. They both emigrated to the United Kingdom in the 1980s

Femi Olawole Education background

Oluwole bas once attended a school in Dundee. He was privately educated at the Yarm School. He studied Law and the French Language at Nottingham University.

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He completed an Erasmus Programme year in the Breton city, France. There he polished his French language skills. He has worked for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and human rights agencies in Brussels and Vienna.

Femi grew up in the West Midlands but as a child lived in several different places across the country

Femi Oluwole brexit

Femi has need described as fearless in the face of Brexit celebrities Nigel Farage and Richard Tice, Leader and Chairman of The Brexit Party. He has openly spoken out against their policies, taking to Twitter and YouTube to slate them.

They are reluctant to debate him, even though his Brexit battle is lost. But Femi Olawole hopes he can win the war. The day after the UK’s departure from the EU, Oluwole was disappointed but determined to continue the fight with a new strategy

In October 2017, he co-founded Our Future Our Choice (OFOC), a pro-EU advocacy group for young people – and it was social media that took Femi’s activism from his local streets to a vastly wider audience.

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“In 2016, I had about 20 followers on Twitter so every time I tweeted something, it was the same stuff as today, but nobody was hearing it. Now I’ve got a quarter of a million followers because I’ve been explaining politics in ways the politicians were just not doing.”

Femi Olawole also clashed with The Brexit Party Chairman Richard Tice, who threatened to sue Femi for labelling his organisation Leave.EU “overtly anti-Jewish”.


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Femi Oluwole biography and Net Worth

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Femi Oluwole is a fearless Nigerian British political activist. He is a co-founder of the pro-European Union advocacy group Our Future Our Choice (OFOC).

Femi is an EU law graduate turned into activism. He has appeared as an activist and commentator on British television. He has written for The Independent, The Guardian and The Metro.

Olawole has worked in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and human rights agencies. He left his “dream job” to become a campaigner against Brexit, telling the Evening Standard that he made the decision to quit because he was frustrated by the efforts of mainstream pro-Remain politicians and planned to provide accurate pro-EU information by explaining difficult legal concepts using Twitter and YouTube.

Femi Oluwole age

Femi Oluwole was born on March 1990, in Darlington. He is 32 years in 2022. His father is a surgeon and a his mother is a paediatrician. They both emigrated to the United Kingdom in the 1980s

Femi Olawole Education background

Oluwole bas once attended a school in Dundee. He was privately educated at the Yarm School. He studied Law and the French Language at Nottingham University.

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He completed an Erasmus Programme year in the Breton city, France. There he polished his French language skills. He has worked for non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and human rights agencies in Brussels and Vienna.

Femi grew up in the West Midlands but as a child lived in several different places across the country

Femi Oluwole brexit

Femi has need described as fearless in the face of Brexit celebrities Nigel Farage and Richard Tice, Leader and Chairman of The Brexit Party. He has openly spoken out against their policies, taking to Twitter and YouTube to slate them.

They are reluctant to debate him, even though his Brexit battle is lost. But Femi Olawole hopes he can win the war. The day after the UK’s departure from the EU, Oluwole was disappointed but determined to continue the fight with a new strategy

In October 2017, he co-founded Our Future Our Choice (OFOC), a pro-EU advocacy group for young people – and it was social media that took Femi’s activism from his local streets to a vastly wider audience.

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“In 2016, I had about 20 followers on Twitter so every time I tweeted something, it was the same stuff as today, but nobody was hearing it. Now I’ve got a quarter of a million followers because I’ve been explaining politics in ways the politicians were just not doing.”

Femi Olawole also clashed with The Brexit Party Chairman Richard Tice, who threatened to sue Femi for labelling his organisation Leave.EU “overtly anti-Jewish”.


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