Abdulahi is currently the Education Program Impact and Evaluation Fellow with the world largest volunteer organization – Points of Light, New York, under the AtlasCorps Fellowship. He holds bachelors degree in Demography and Social Statistics, Ordinary National Diploma Certificate in Accountancy, and other certifications on: Social Sector Management, Project Management, Managing People, NGO Management and Administration, Proposal Writing & Funding, Civil Society Leadership, and Impacts Measurement. He has once served as the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for HPDPII/World Bank-funded project; the Account Officer for: CSS/Global Fund project, and TB Care I project – funded by Damien Foundation; a volunteer for American Jewish World Service at Living Hope Care, Nigeria. He has excellent track records on Health Projects: HIV/AIDs Project, Tuberculosis and Malaria projects, etc.; Education Projects; Leadership Development Skills; and 21st Century Skills. He has worked with this set of populations: Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs), Female Sex Workers (FSWs), Pregnant Women, Women of Reproductive Age, People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLWHIV), Youth, In- and Out-of-school Youth, and Government Parastatals.
He recently served as a member of the Selection Committee for the Young Leaders of the Americas Initiative.
Abdulahi is an alumnus of the American Express Leadership Academy (2017). He topped the list of 100 Brightest Young Minds (2016) of the Barclay Groups and Brighter Young Minds, South Africa. He was honored with the Most Replicable Project Award (2015) of the Life Changers Foundation, UK. He is an alumnus of Young Africa Leaders Initiative (YALI), West Africa Regional Leadership Center (Cohort 3), Accra. He is an alumnus and scholarship recipient of the Africa-America Institute, New York (2015). He is an alumnus of: Enterprise Development Center, Pan-Atlantic University (2015); Institute for Humanitarian Studies and Social Development (2016); Akure Business School (2013); Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria (2010); and Federal Polytechnic Offa, Kwara State (2005).Abdulahi is a voice at national and international issues as he gave a submission on the request of the Nigerian Senates on 2016 National Appropriation Bill; honored invitation of Minister for Budget and National Planning on the progress report of 2016 budget; honored several invitations of Nigerian House of Representatives; served as a delegate at the International Young Leaders Assembly at World Bank Headquarters, Washington DC, and United Nations Headquarters, New York, etc. He is a renowned youth education and leadership development advocate.