STATEMENT OF AFENIFERE ON THE VISIT OF ASIWAJU AHMED BOLA TINUBU TO PA REUBEN FASORANTI ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2022, IN HIS AKURE HOME
Following the indication by the Presidential Candidate of All Progressives Congress, APC, in the forthcoming 2023 Elections, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu to visit The Leader of the pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation Afenifere, Pa Reuben Famuyide FASORANTI, OFR, invited Leaders from all parts of Yorubaland to be with him as he receives the astute Politician.
The Leaders and some other eminent Yoruba intelligensials responded positively by sitting with him as he hosted Tinubu in Akure today.
The meeting was attended by Yoruba Leaders from Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Ekiti, Osun, Lagos, Kogi and Kwara States.
The meeting was fully briefed about the aspiration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu to contest for the Presidency of Nigeria in the forthcoming Elections in February 2023. He even presented his Manifesto to Baba, the Asiwaju of Yorubaland.
He shared with us his vision of a greater and more prosperous Nigeria where democratic rights, rule of law, justice and fairness will reign supreme. He also gave assurance on steps to be taken to ensure safety and security of Nigerians and their properties.
Following exhaustive deliberations informed by presentations by various stakeholders, the Afenifere states as follow:
We affirm that Nigeria as a country must be established on the basis of democracy, true federalism and social justice.
We affirm that Democracy is the most civilised method of governance because it is based on the fundamental human rights of every citizen to determine how he or she wants to be governed.
We support the decision of all qualified citizens to exercise their fundamental rights of seeking offices provided by the federal Constitution.
Having taken cognisance of his commendable antecedents as Lagos State Governor and his demonstrated ability in building physical and human capital, the Yoruba Leaders at today’s meeting are in no doubt that Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu as President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria offers the best opportunity to produce a government of that will usher in a new Era of hope, peace, security, harmony, gainful employment for the multitude, economic development, social and political stability.
We were also assured us of his commitment to the promotion of true federalism that will give states more control over their affairs.
Afenifere wishes him success in the pursuit of his vision.
The Meeting urged other presidential candidates to utilise similar opportunities to articulate their vision.
Thank you for your attention.
Abagun Kole Omololu National Organising Secretary of Afenifere
The Arewa community in Amuwo Odofin Federal Constituency in Lagos State, yesterday, endorsed the All Progressives Congress (APC), House of Representatives Candidate, Prince Lanre A. Sanusi aka PLS, ahead of the 2023 general election.
The entire leadership and enlarged Members of the Arewa Community have made known their resolve to support Sanusi’s bid, to record an overwhelming victory in the 2023 House of Representatives election.
The leadership of the body, gave the assurance on Tuesday, in FESTAC, Lagos, where they noted that PLS victory to the Green Chamber is critical to them.
The Gathering which is made up of two formidable group leaders drawn from all the wards unanimously endorsed PLS as the preferred candidate.
The Coordinator of the groups Alhaji Musa Hassan and Prof Sampep Oliyanowa both explained the gesture behind the meeting.
” we are here from different place in Amuwo Odofin Federal Constituency to support our candidate in APC for the House of Representative, Hon Lanre Sanusi,(PLS). We have indeed endured neglect and we believe PLS can do better”. Hassan said.
On the factional crises within the Arewa Community, Alhaji Hassan said “we don’t have factions in our constituencies, as we are one family, working together for the progress of the ruling party”
In his own submission, Prof Sampep Oliyanowa said : “PLS election is critical to us. We need a fresh breath in Amuwo Odofin Federal Constituency come 2023, therefore all hands must be on deck because it is a take-back time, hence PLS needs a total and overwhelming victory in 2023 Insha-Allah.”
Another leader, Musa who spoke with Push News 24 International described PLS “He is a trustworthy man and he is a man that we can hand over the affairs of our Constituency into his hands. We have seen his competencies and capabilities, his get-it-done” spirit. He can do it.”
Woman leader Aisha added that, “I believe that Sanusi is a kind of person that we can easily trust and that we can easily hand over power to, come 2023 by God’s grace. I know God will take over. Amuwo Odofin will rise again”
Alhaji Isiaka Lawal, from Abule Ado harped on the unity of Arewa in the constituency as he assured PLS of a landslide victory in the coming election.
Meanwhile, an overwhelmed PLS could not hold his excitement about the overwhelming attendance of all persons that matters in the Arewa Community despite the short notice. He assured the Arewa Community of their inclusion in all his activities and thanked them for honouring him and the cordially and peaceful coexistence in the community.
Sanusi also used the event to reteirate his unwavering commitments to ensuring a responsible and responsive socio-political legislative representation .
My administration will achieve double-digit economic growth, Tinubu promises at KadInvest
…APC Presidential Candidate pledges full financial automony for judiciary
…says Kaduna people will reap El-Rufai’s economic efforts
All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has promised to build a vibrant economy that will achieve a double-digit growth when he becomes Nigeria’s president.
Asiwaju Tinubu said this in his speech at the 7th edition of Kaduna Economic and Investment Summit (KadInvest 7.0) on Saturday in Kaduna.
The APC presidential flagbearer hailed Kaduna State Governor Nasir el-Rufai for raising the bar in attracting investments to the state the same way he did in Lagos over 20 years ago.
“It is a great honour for me to be invited to give a speech on this occasion and it was a great pleasure listening to Governor Nasir El-Rufa’i as he shared with us the vision of how Kaduna State will attract and sustain investments.
“I would like to congratulate Kaduna State on this special occasion of the 7th edition of Kaduna Economic and Investment Summit (KadInvest 7.0). The theme for this year – Building a Resilient Economy – is very timely and appropriate. In a period of uncertainty in the global economy, it is important that we pursue a path of economic independence and insulation from global headwinds.
“I am particularly happy to be in an economic summit such as this. It reminds me of when we initiated Ehingbeti Lagos Economic Summit more than 20 years ago in Lagos State. Through the summit, Lagos State has been able to deliver landmark developmental projects in power generation, critical road infrastructure, street lightning, and clean energy initiatives, amongst others.
“Therefore, I am sure that under the able leadership of Your Excellency, Governor Nasir Ahmad El-Rufa’I, the leadership of the KADIPA, and subsequent administrations, Kaduna State will successfully collaborate with the private sector to usher in the investments in the priority sectors of technology, agriculture, manufacturing, infrastructure and solid minerals. These investments will in turn drive rapid economic growth and prosperity, providing jobs and opportunities for the good people of Kaduna State,” Tinubu said.
On the role of the private sector in the country’s economic development, Tinubu praised President Muhammadu Buhari for giving maximum support to them to flourish.
According to him, laws put in place by the Buhari administration helped to improve the ease of doing business in the country.
He said if elected, his administration will build on this, making it better for the private sector to excel.
“A vibrant private sector is a prerequisite for a functional state, playing a critical role in the mobilisation of capital, expertise and innovation for the creation of economic opportunities and employment. This is why it is important for the government to give maximum support and incentives to the private sector.
“In this light, President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration introduced a number of measures targeted at promoting private enterprises and businesses including the Repeal and Re-Enactment of the Companies & Allied Matters Act (CAMA), 2020, the passage of the Finance Act 2021, as well as the implementation of over 100 initiatives to improve ease of doing business in Nigeria.
“My desire is that the next administration, under my leadership, will continue to drive forward and accelerate on the progress made thus far, taking bold steps and initiatives to encourage investments in new areas typically considered risky, and leading the way by providing the enabling environment to nurture our innate entrepreneurial spirit.
“It is essential that our nation continues to champion the rule of law and sanctity of contracts, for these are the pre- requisites for creating a business-friendly economic environment.
“Whilst there must be active engagement between all the arms of government for the rule of law to prevail, it is critical for the judiciary to retain its autonomy and independence.
“Therefore, under my stewardship, the federal government will build on the efforts of the current administration to review, amend and/or enact the relevant laws that will engender the rule of law.
“My administration would ensure that the judiciary has true financial and administrative autonomy and strong disciplinary and integrity monitoring mechanisms,” Asiwaju Tinubu added.
He itemised his administration’s plans for the ensuring security returns to the country, stating the role of a secured nation in economic growth and development.
He noted that his administration will prioritise the training and retraining of the country’s security forces.
“We will be committed to introducing cross-sector initiatives that will address the economic and social constraints that prevent people from advancing or opting for crime.
Under my leadership, the government will place great emphasis on the use of a counter-insurgency doctrine and strategy by our military. We will continue to train and equip our gallant forces and security personnel with the resources, gear, and equipment that they need to hasten our inevitable march to resounding victory against enemies of our great nation. Where necessary, we will recruit and train more personnel to bridge any gaps in manpower.
“Furthermore, my administration will prioritise the use of superior aerial technology to deter criminal and terrorist activities, as well as to monitor and protect our critical national infrastructure including our network of pipelines, our power stations, our transmission and distribution networks, our sea and airports, our rail networks and other vital infrastructure,” he added.
“I will marshal a team of the most talented of Nigerians – men, women and youths – no matter their tribe and affiliations, to reset our nation on a path to achieve double-digit economic growth within a couple of years. We will do this through a coordinated set of policies in key sectors.
“We will champion an efficient government that will eliminate revenue and expense leakages across all federal government areas, leveraging technology, which will be increasingly embedded into government operations.
“In oil & gas, we will prioritise gas distribution and availability to power our industries.
“In agriculture, we will provide incentives for investments, machinery and equipment, expand and empower commodity boards, enhance our strategic grains reserves, encourage the formation of farm cooperatives and expand the scope and depth of access to finance for our farmers.
“In housing, we will introduce policies that will make it easier to transfer title and carry out transactions on landed properties. We will work with the private sector to significantly expand mortgage financing and we will provide credits and incentives to encourage real estate developers.
“We will collaborate with key technology partners to develop policies that promote the use and integration of technology across other sectors within the nation. We will work to accelerate the work that is being done with the private sector to train our youth and promote innovation through sponsored incubator hubs and science technology parks.
The APC candidate urged all Nigerians to join hands with him to work together to achieve the collective vision of building the Nigeria of our dreams.
YOU LIED, WE NEVER HAD AN AGREEMENT, IT’S MY RIGHT TO CHOOSE A DEPUTY JANDOR TO BODE GEORGE
The Lagos PDP Governorship Candidate and Convener of Lagos4Lagos Movement, Abdul-Azeez Olajide Adediran, popularly called ‘Jandor’, has started that PDP Board member and leader of the Party in Lagos State lied when he said there was an agreement with him aimed at making Rhodes-Vivour his deputy.
Jandor made the statement in a press interview on Politics Today platform on Channels Television and monitor by Push News 24 International.
Jandor was quoted as boasting to defeat all godfathers both locally and the nationally when asked about not getting support from Governor Wike and Chief Olabode George.
The Leader of the Party in Lagos State has recently in a media interview accused Jandor of running a one man show and conniving with some persons outside the State to decide what happens in Lagos PDP. Bode George who have not publicly campaigned or endorsed Jandor has not failed to display his grievances about how Jandor.
The Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA) former chairman recalled that he met both of them months ago during a meeting.
“I asked their age; 44 (Jandor) to 39 (Rhodes-Vivour). After their presentations here, we saw that these were the best two we could have
“I asked him (Jandor) pointedly here…would you work with this man as your deputy, he said yes sir!
“Having paid for the price of the form, over N21million, I said for us to have a seamless primaries, would you take Rhodes-Vivour to be your running mate…yes sir! (Jandor replied).
“Don’t go there and start fighting. He (Jandor) had contested before from the West, which is 10 local governments.
“All the elders, we met here. Unanimously, we said the two of you should partner. He (Rhodes-Vivour) accepted to drop.
“On the day of the congress, they called me to ask if that agreement is still holding. I said hold on.
“I called Jandor on phone…Jide what we discussed, are you still in consonance with that agreement? ..Yes sir.”
The ex-Military Governor of Ondo added that it was after the assurance that they advised Rhodes-Vivour to step down.
In late August, the Labour Party (LP) announced Rhodes-Vivour as its authentic gubernatorial flagbearer.
While replying to Jide Okikiolu’s question on governor Wike’s endorsement of Gov Sanwo-Olu, Jandor dismissed Wike’s statement as a personal opinion which has no effect on Lagosians. Jandor said has defeated Wike during the Lagos PDP Governorship primaries where he supported someone else and he will do it again regardless of his endorsement of anyone.
During the PDP primaries the returning officer Mr Ogidi said the election that brought in Jandor was free and fair while declaring the result.
Mr Ogidi said: “The total number of accredited voters is 709, and Olajide Adediran got 679 votes, DAKOVA (David Kolawole Vaughan had 20 and we had 10 voided votes”.
Jandor won the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primary election to emerge as the party’s candidate for the 2023 elections in Lagos State.
King Charles ‘won’t move into Buckingham Palace for five years due to £369m refurbishment’
King Charles will reportedly be stopped from moving into Buckingham Palace for five years due to its £369 million renovation. His Majesty, 73, and Queen Consort Camilla, 75, are instead set to be based 400 yards away at Clarence House for three days a week and Windsor Castle for two – with weekends spent at Sandringham, Norfolk, according to The Sun.
A source told the publication on Friday (14.10.22) about Charles’ palace move being delayed: “Refurbishment is very far behind schedule but the Monarch should be living at Buckingham Palace.
“It’s the heart of the monarchy in London, otherwise it risks becoming just a tourist attraction. We effectively have a king without a palace to live in.”
Workers are only halfway through a 10-year refurbishment of the palace, which will include fitting new electrics, plumbing and heating, and which will render it uninhabitable until 2027.
Meanwhile, Charles’ coronation date has been announced as May 6 next year, almost 70 years after the Queen was crowned in June 1953.
Women’s equal participation and leadership in political and public life are essential to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. However, Push News 24 International reports that current data shows that women are underrepresented at all levels of decision-making worldwide, and that achieving gender parity in political life is far off, the need to address some of this barriers was the central theme as the Conference of Lagos State Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation Supervisors (WAPA) inaugurated their Executives.
A major high-point of the inauguration was when the Supervisor for WAPA in Ikorodu West LCDA, Hon Rukayat Ajibike was sworned-in as the State PRO for the group , a position many described as putting a round peg in a round hole. The ovation and excited which trailed after the announcement of her name was seen by many as well deserved considering her numerous progress initiatives towards women development and emancipation in Lagos State.
With Ikorodu West LCDA now positioned in the scheme of things State, Com Ajibike is poised to make a difference amongst her peers in Lagos State.
Speaking to Push News 24 International an elated Jibike as she is fondly called said she dedicates her service to the women and charge them to live up their values.
“Today, gender bias continues to create huge barriers for many women. Ongoing struggles include ensuring equal economic opportunities, educational equity, and an end to gender-based violence , Jibike said
On the relevance of her new position she said “Mentoring and training programs prepare women for socio-political work and enhance their socio-political skills. Local Positions like this. Local-level positions equip women with the skills necessary for higher levels of public office and careers in regional and national politics”
“Today, gender bias continues to create huge barriers for many women. Ongoing struggles include ensuring equal economic opportunities, educational equity, and an end to gender-based violence” Ajibike stressed.
On utilising her office as WAPA to better the women the vibrant woman leader said “Women need to actively participate in government and politics in order to maintain democracy. Global statistics clearly show that women are under-represented as leaders, elected officials, and voters due to cultural and social norms, which limit their participation in the political process, hence , we intend to use our office as a medium of reorientation and emancipation of the average woman”
At the just concluded Ehingbeti Summit where Gov Sanwo-Olu signed the MOU on behalf of the Lagos State Government with investing partners Del York Infrastructure on the development of the biggest Africa Film City, Push News 24 International reports
The summit ended with formal signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development of an ultra-modern film and media city in Epe, a major game-changer project on the continent and one that promises to position the state as a major hub for the entertainment industry in Africa.
Chairman of Del York International Group, Mr. Linus Idahosa signed on behalf of his group and the Commissioner for Tourism, Mrs. Uzamat Akinbile-Yusuf, signed on behalf of Lagos State in the presence of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
Speaking at the signing ceremony, Sanwo-Olu shared his unbridled excitement at the prospect of the impending investment into the state, as he recounted the recent history of the project and the fact that the signing was the culmination of 18 months of diligent effort by the Del York team and members of the state government.
Construction on the Lagos Film and Media city will begin first quarter of 2023. The Lagos film and media city is envisioned as a sanctuary for leisure, entertainment and learning; a place where film and all types of creative industry professionals can live, work, learn and play in a peaceful and conducive environment.
with best-in-class facilities intermingled with appurtenances that support a modern sustainable city.
Multiple sound stages, a technology park, a School of creative arts & entrepreneurship, a theme park, residential and commercial real estate, a Nollywood Walk of Fame, and Front & Backlot infrastructure for varied film environments are some of the features that are promised on this major development that will put Lagos on the global creative industry map.
Since its inception in 2010, the Del York Creative Academy, the capacity-building subsidiary of Del York International Group, has succeeded in laying a solid foundation for the development of young people in the creative industry, training no less than 5,000 individuals from across Africa. In that time they have facilitated the entry of world-renowned trainers from Hollywood to develop a stream of raw talent who have since blossomed into some of Nollywood’s most consistent performers. The group is now transitioning into a one-stop shop for the creative industry by adding an infrastructure component through partnerships with global infrastructure partners.
Two California men were found guilty by a jury today of federal criminal charges for participating in an extensive, long-lasting, multimillion-dollar conspiracy – much of it committed by Nigerian nationals – that perpetrated a wide variety of frauds, including business email compromise (BEC) fraud, romance scams, elder fraud and fraud using malware.
George Ugochukwu Egwumba, 47, of Cypress, and Princewell Arinze Duru, 33, of Sacramento, were found guilty of one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Egwumba was found guilty of one count of aggravated identity theft. Duru was found guilty of one count of wire fraud and one count of aiding and abetting aggravated identity theft.
According to evidence presented at their seven-day trial, members of the conspiracy – many of whom were based in Nigeria – used middlemen to connect with their fellow co-conspirators located in the United States. The U.S.-based middlemen assisted in receiving and laundering the proceeds of the frauds either through U.S. bank accounts, money transmitting services such as Western Union or MoneyGram, or cryptocurrency.
In exchange, the middlemen and those who assisted with the laundering of illicit proceeds received a percentage of the fraudulently obtained funds.
At the center of the conspiracy were Valentine Iro, 33, of Carson, Chukwudi Christogunus Igbokwe, 41, of Gardena – both Nigerian citizens – and Chuks Eroha, 41, who is believed to have fled to Nigeria in 2017, shortly after the FBI executed a search warrant in this case. This trio of middlemen connected the fraudsters with the money launderers, sometimes with other middlemen in between, and often used the same bank accounts for laundering funds. Iro and Igbokwe have pleaded guilty to criminal charges in this case.
Egwumba acted as another middleman, receiving bank account information from Iro and Eroha to pass to other fraudsters, and also worked to commit fraud himself by using malware and other cybercrime tools. Egwumba exchanged text messages with Iro and Eroha, in which he asked for and received bank account information that could be used to receive stolen money.
LokiBot and NanoCore remote access trojan malware and other cybercrime tools were found on Egwumba’s computers, along with messages in which he discussed using these tools to attempt to commit fraud.
Duru helped Igbokwe and others in receiving and laundering the fraudulently obtained money, both by opening fraudulent business bank accounts and using money transmitting services and cryptocurrency wallets.
Push News 24 International learnt that Duru registered a fraudulent business in Sacramento County and then used that company to open two business bank accounts at different banks. Duru gave the bank account information to Igbokwe so it could be used to receive fraud proceeds. One victim was deceived into depositing approximately $25,600 into one of Duru’s business bank accounts.
The conspiracy involved the laundering of at least $6 million in fraudulently obtained funds and the attempted theft of at least an additional $40 million.
United States District Judge R. Gary Klausner scheduled an October 17 hearing for these defendants, at which time both will face a statutory maximum sentence of 22 years in federal prison.
So far, prosecutors have secured 19 guilty pleas in this case. Additional defendants have been arrested in Nigeria, and others are believed to be at large.
The FBI investigated this matter. The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, and the U.S. Department of State’s Diplomatic Security Service (DSS) provided substantial assistance during the investigation.
Assistant United States Attorneys Sue Bai and Victoria Degtyareva of the Cyber and Intellectual Property Crimes Section are prosecuting this case.
The crises rocking the ruling All Progressives Congress in Adamawa State has taking a new turn with the recent court Judgement over the state APC primaries, Push News 24 International learnt.
The Federal High Court in Yola, Adamawa State, on Friday, nullified the candidature of Aishatu Ahmed (Binani) as the governorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress in the state.
It’s obvious that the peace moves by key stakeholders for an out of court settlement has had a step back as parties concerned have refused to sheath their swords for the sake of the party victory at the polls.
Based on suit FHC/YL/CS/12/2022 filed by Mallam Nuhu Ribadu, the court ruling declared Binani’s candidature invalid and unlawful.
Justice Abdulaaziz Anka, in his ruling, also refused the plea for a fresh primary, holding that the APC, by the court judgment, had no candidate for the 2023 governorship election.
Anka arrived at his judgment after resolving all the issues for consideration involving the outcome of the Adamawa APC governorship primary conducted on May 26, 2022.
He held that the primary was not compliant with the 2022 Electoral Act, the nation’s constitution, and the party guidelines.
The judge said the nomination of Sen. Aishatu Ahmed, popularly known as Binani, was in clear contravention of Section 85 of the Electoral Act because there was “manifest overvoting.”
Anka said, “My findings are that there’s non-compliance to the Electoral Act, as well as party guidelines and the constitution because there was manifest overvoting, which has been proved beyond a reasonable doubt.
The first defendant (APC) cannot field a candidate for the 2023 general elections; the primary election is invalid, and the court therefore sees the return of Aishatu Ahmed Binani as unlawful. The plea for fresh elections is hereby refused.”
The Push News reports that Mallam Nuhu Ribadu had, on the 9th of June, approached the court, seeking the disqualification of Aishatu Ahmed Binani.
Binani had defeated five other challengers, that included the pioneer chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Nuhu Ribadu, to emerge the APC governorship candidate at the May 26 primary.
The court has, however, asked the party to utilise the 30-day window available to them to appeal its ruling.
Lagos First Lady Appointed to Lead APC Women Presidential Campaign in South West
Lagos State First Lady, Dr. (Mrs.) Claudiana Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu has been appointed as the South West Coordinator of the All Progressives Congress Women Presidential Campaign Council.
President Muhammadu Buhari who is the Chairman of the Presidential Campaign Council was reported to have approved her nomination into the exalted position in Southwest .
The First Lady of Lagos State, born January 8th 1967, is the first Medical Practitioner to become First Lady of Lagos State.
Mrs Claudiana Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu became the 15th Lagos State First Lady
A passionate lover of women and children, the First Lady has been a strong voice in advocating for the rights of women and standing up against all forms of sexual abuse and domestic violence.
Leveraging on her medical background, Her Excellency has facilitated several health advocacy interventions which has been of immense benefit to Lagosians.
Born January 8, 1967, Mrs. Sanwo-Olu holds a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.B.S) from the prestigious University of Lagos, Akoka. She also has in her academic kitty a Post Graduate Diploma in Hospital and Health Management (PGDHM); Diploma in Anesthesia (DA); Masters of Public Health (MPH) and Masters in Business Administration (MBA).
Dr Claudiana, the Wife of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, is a thoroughbred medical practitioner with three decades experience. She is also appointed to lead the Presidential Campaign Council in Lagos State.
In the list released by the APC Presidential Campaign Council, the First Lady of Nigeria, Mrs Aisha Buhari is the Grand Patron of the Women Presidential Campaign Council, while Senator Oluremi Tinubu and Hajia Nana Shettima are the co-Chairmen of the Council.
Wife of the former Governor Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State, Mrs Bolanle Ambode is on the Advisory Council of the Campaign Council, while the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Sustainable Development Goals and former Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Princess Adejoke Orelope-Adefulire heads the Finance Committee.
Women Leader of the Lagos Chapter of the APC, Honourable Jumoke Okoya-Thomas is also listed, while a former member of the Lagos State Assembly, Honourable Wahab Alawiye-King is the Head of the Administrative Secretariat of the Council.
Mrs Modele Sharafa-Yusuf heads the Media Committee, while Honourable Abike Dabiri-Erewa is the head of the Diaspora Committee.
The Council will work assiduously to galvanize Women and ensure the victory of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Kashim Shettima APC ticket in next year’s Presidential election.