Adeboye is the founder, West Africa Responsibility to Protect Coalition, a multidisciplinary research and policy think-tank. He worked in the past as a journalist and has been a policy analyst, project coordinator, and researcher and is presently a member of the UN/UNESCO Advisory group on genocide education in Africa. He is a tutor at both Makerere University's Rotary Peace Center and the Auschwitz Institute for the Prevention of Genocide and Mass Atrocities, New York, USA.
Since 2016, Adeboye has been a Global Peace Index Ambassador for the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP). Through UNDP and the Stanley Foundation, Adeboye contributed to two key policy documents in Africa- 'Framing the Development Solutions to Radicalization in Africa' and 'Taking Stock of the Responsibility to Protect in Africa.' He is also the Secretary/West Africa focal person in the Africa Working Group of the Global Action against Mass Atrocities (GAMAAC).
Adeboye has a culture of maximizing qualitative research to meet clients’ expectations. He adopts high quality, effective and efficient solutions for projects in diverse industries in private/public sectors, government and the military and for organizations such as UNDP Africa Regional Service Centre, The United Nations Office to the African Union (UNOAU), Global Centre For Responsibility to Protect, PeaceDirect, US Department of Defense, The Stanley Foundation and many others.
He holds a Phd and a Masters degree in Peace and Conflict Studies as well as a Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication. He also holds a graduate certificate in Genocide Studies and Prevention from Keene State College, New Hampshire, United States. In addition to being a Digital Fellow at the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, Adeboye is a graduate of the Rotary Peace Center of Chulalongkorn University in Thailand, an alumnus of Equitas - International Centre for Human Rights Education, Global Rights Conncection program, Kofi Anan International Peacekeeping Training Centre (KAIPTC), and the West Africa Civil Society Institute in Accra, Ghana.