As 2023 election gather momentum, one of the largest constituency and Local government in the country is the talk of the town, the political intrigues going on is also a talkpoint to political commentators.
Hon Olufemi Adebanjo is the sitting lawmaker, representing the good people of Alimosho at the green chamber for the second term, whose tenure ends by 2023.
The 60 years old politician is the Vice Chairman Rural development commitee and a former chairman of Alimosho local government and might be running for a third term if given another opportunity.
However the political atmosphere of Alimosho seems to have changed within the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) memebers agitating for equal right and representation.
The recent twist in the polity is a youtube video posted on EPTv, an online channel where Barr. Adekunle Adegunle, a legal practitioner of repute and a member of the APC implores members of his constutuent to go out en mass to register for their permanent voters card (PVC), saying representation is key.
When contacted, Our correspondent asked if Barr. Adekunle Adegunle has intention to contest in the forthcoming election, Barr. Adekunle was straight to the point, he said “I am going to be the peoples’ represnetative at the green chmaber by 2023. He continued, It is time for youthful representation, a representation by true lagosian, by people of noble profession, lawmaking business should be for people that understand the people’s pain.
Adekunle Adegunle is a humanitarian, a young man who has been in the personal business of uplifiting widows, less privilege and special people in Alimosho through his NGO (Adekunle Adegunle Global Foundation) Adekunle is popularly referred to “Oko Opo”(Husband of widows).
Barr Adekunle Adegunle, an indigene of Idimu area of Alimosho federal constituency is the youngest, calm and charismatic among those eyeing the green chamber seat.
When asked which of the faction of APC he belongs, “i am an APC member and i belong to the people of Alimosho federal constituency”. He further stated that Alimosho deserves representation that count