Omobosola Ojo obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the Ondo State University, (OSU) in the year, 1991. She also read law and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Buckingham, United Kingdom, between 1993 and 1995 and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2000 after coming back to Nigeria to attend the Nigerian Law School for two years as a foreign student.
She started her working career in the Lagos State Ministry of Justice, Department of Public Prosecution, in Lagos, Nigeria and subsequently joined the law firm of O. Adekoya and Company, with offices then at Yaba, Lagos. She was an Associate in the firm with duties, among others, including preparing court briefs, motions, drafting agreements and representing clients in courts.
She has attended several seminars, in and outside Nigeria, and received trainings in corporate banking matters and management, some of which seminars or trainings include, Credit Analysis, Risk Management, Corporate Governance, Board Leadership, Leveraging Global Perspectives in Building, Sustainable Financial instituting, High Performance Board Training and Financial Oversight, etc and also participated in the Corporate Governance Rating System, Fiduciary Awareness. She also attended the Independent Directors Master Class Program and Leading Digital Business Transformation Program.
Omobosola Ojo is an Independent Director on the Board of Wema Bank PLC, a foremost Nigerian bank. She is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja branch, a member of the Institute of Directors, a member of the Institute of Chartered Mediators and Conciliators (CHMC) and an Honourary Senior Member of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (HCIB). She is married and has two boys and a girl.
Mrs. Ojo is a member of the Nigerian Bar Association (N.B.A.), Ikeja Chapter.