Abiodun Owoseni obtained a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree with honours in 1990 from University of Benin, Nigeria and was called to the Nigerian Bar (B.L) as Solicitor and Barrister of the Supreme Court in 1991. He was awarded a certificate of commendation for his leadership abilities on completion of his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). He worked in the freight/oil and engineering sectors as Legal Adviser and Personal Assistant, before opening his Law firm Owoseni Abiodun & Co, in 2000. He has attended several MRA/IofC trainings and conferences in Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, India, Cameroon and Caux, Switzerland.
In 2009 he initiated the ‘'Teachers’ Dialogue’, a programme aimed at creating partnership among teachers, parents and students for a robust education and intellectual development. The programme is being replicated in Uganda. His membership of the Africa Coordination Group (ACG) thrust more leadership responsibilities on him in addition to those of his office as the General Secretary of MRA/IofC Nigeria. A part-time minister of the gospel passionate about motivating youth to discover and appropriate their potentials.