…seeks Tinubu, First lady’s backing to replace Gbajabiamila
.. as she declares for member, House of Reps, Surulere constituency , says it is women’s turn
Hon. Jamila Omobolanle Mu’azu -Olukosi, a female stalwart of the All Progressive Congress (APC), and an aspirant for the member, House of Representatives representing Surulere constituency 1, in Lagos State, has declared her intention to run for the membership of the House of Representatives to replace Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila whose position became vacant recently when he got appointed as Chief of Staff to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Mu’azu -Olukosi addressed President Tinubu and his wife, the First lady, Senator Oluremi Tinubu and appealed to them to ensure that she achieves success in her ambition.
Mu’azu -Olukosi posseses educational qualifications, rich professional experience as well as human and material capacities to represent her constituency well.
She is a woman driven by progressiveness, quality assurance, human Capacity and Community Development. She has over two decades of experience in Human Resource Management and remains a serial entrepreneur, Philanthropist and a core Progressive.
She has excellent skills and capacity in managing human beings having possessed an excellent educational background in Human Resource Management from the University and improved on this with few certifications from internationally recognized institutions.
Mu’azu -Olukosi is a woman who is completely loyal to the development of the party and has served in several capacities promoting the party and supporting candidates during electioneering. But she is yet to be rewarded with any elective position or any political appointment by the party for over 16 years now.
Regarding her contribution to the party and her constituency, she has trained over 100 teenage and young ladies in skills acquisitions for empowerment.
She has also sponsored medical outreaches on cancer screening for constituents and provided welfare and well being packages for the elderly.
More importantly, Olukosi has been consistent in her aspiration to serve the people of Surulere federal constituency 1, for the past 16 years. However, she has been listening to the party leader, President Tinubu to be patient because of Rt Hon Femi Gbajabiamila. Now that the seat is vacant, she is the best candidate for the position
To cap it all, this Amazon parades an intimidating educational credentials and corporate experience. She holds a Masters degree in Youth Development studies from the Open University, England and a Bachelor of Business and Human Resources Management from the prestigious University of Plymouth in England.
She is an experienced Human Resources Manager/Consultant with over a decade in field experience working for international organizations such as the Barongrove Development United Kingdom, and the Whirlwind International Limited among others.
She has served the party excellently as Member of the ICG Mobilization Directorate, Deputy Director Footsoldiers Directorate (2023), Secretary Footsoldiers Directorate (2019), Chairman Volunteer Directorate for Rt. Hon Eshilokun (2023), S. A to DG Hon. Tayo Ayinde during the Sanwo-Olu/Hamzat ICG Campaign (2018/2019) and also as member of Mobilization and Contacts Directorate for the Tinubu/Shettima Women Presidential Campaign team 2022/2023.
Mu’azu -Olukosi’s rich experience puts her in a vintage position as she aspires to wear the shoes and match to the green chamber hoisting the APC’s party and Constituency flag high.
Her commitment to human capacity development and growth is her push and motivation that keeps her afloat.
In a press release made available to newsmen in Lagos on Monday, Olukosi reminded the president and First Lady of the promise to ensure that the female gender enjoys 35 percentage participation in his government at all levels. She declared that allowing her to get the blessing of the party and the President as well as the First Lady, to represent her people and replace Gbajabiamila at the lower chamber will be an affirmation of the President’s pledge, a breakthrough for women against political marginalization and also a liberation for the people to get quality and productive representation at the House of Reps. Her words: “