Deborah Ohiri Biography | Project fame


Deborah Ohiri is an embodiment of persistence and commitment. After two unsuccessful attempts to get into the Academy, she finally made it into the academy in the 2015 MTN project fame.

Deborah has had her fair share of life challenges as an orphan. She lost her mother 15 years ago, and father, 6 years ago. She had to drop out of Yaba College of Technology, where she was studying Science & Laboratory Technology to take care of her ailing father. She is presently an undergraduate of Environmental & Resources Management at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN). 

She is a very industrious young woman who has her hands in a couple of trades, among which is Ankara crafts. She is also a theatre artist.

Deborah’s music journey has seen some sparks – the trip she took to Germany for a music tour, representing Nigeria, and her work with A-list artistes like Orlando Julius and Omawumi represent some of them. She cites Waje, Miriam Makeba, Angelique Kidjo, and Whitney Houston as her influences in music.

Despite not coming out as the winner of the talent hunt, She has become a better person, and a better musician who will be a trend setter in the music industry since after her experience from the project fame academy.

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