One of Karo's, two organizations focuses on taking kids working on the streets into school with the permission of their parents and the other aims to provide sanitary hygiene education and materials to girls from low income homes. Both of these organizations are a huge part of her life but she manages to find time to eat eba and okro, support Manchester United and suck at yoga.
Odunayo is currently a part of the 2019 mentor cohort for For Creative Girls, and one of Sparks 2019 Women to Watch. She made the World Women in Fintech Power List for 2017; the YNaija Most Influential People in Technology 2017 and 2018 and 2018 Westerwelle Young Entrepreneur.
I was incredibly surprised and disheartened to see that a lot of patients could not be attended to, due to their inability to pay medical bills or for medical tests which they so desperately needed. Right there and then I started paying for some medical bills from my personal funds. What was shocking about this was the fact that these funds would not have been considered a lot of money an individual who has a stable income and a good job. We are talking about funds such as N5,000 and N10,000.