Lagos youngest lawmaker pledges effective representation

The thirty-six-year-old and youngest member of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Sabur Oluwa, has promised his constituents to ensure effective representation.

Oluwa, who is representing the Ajeromi-Ifelodun constituency II at the Assembly, was among the 40 lawmakers inaugurated at the 10th Lagos Assembly on Tuesday.

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The lawmakers took the Oath of Office after Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu proclaimed the 10th Assembly on Tuesday morning.

Speaking to journalists shortly after taking the Oath of Allegiance and Oath of Membership at the Lagos Assembly complex, Oluwa reiterated his commitment to quality representation that would bring speedy development to the constituency and also promote peace and harmony among constituents.

A Wednesday statement quoted Oluwa as saying, “By the grace of God, the mandate given to me by my constituents in Ajeromi-Ifelodun constituency II will not be betrayed. The confidence they have in me will be justified. The love of my constituents for me, through their votes in the election that brought me in, will be reciprocated.

“The peculiarities of our constituency, being one of the most populous and ethnically diverse in Nigeria, set us apart. We will leverage these to attract the requisite attention and development to Ajegunle.

“I will ensure effective and sound representation at the House of Assembly, Lagos, to positively impact the lives of Ajegunle people.”


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