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Monday, February 04, 2019

KK Visits Ikorodu Moslem Community

Oluwakemi Komina, the Federal House of Representative Flagbearer for Ikorodu Constituency under the umbrella of Young People’s Party (YPP) was on Thursday 24th day of January, 2014 attended a Political Aspirants Interactive Session organized by the Ikorodu Divisional Muslim Community (IDIMCO) at the organisation’s facility on Ijede Road.
The session that was divided into various segments had the stakeholders and aspirants representing different section of government in Ikorodu area in attendance.

The purpose of the programme was to foster a peaceful election process and progress for Ikorodu area as a whole when the result is announced.
Admonishing the aspirants at the meeting, the Deputy Coordinator of the Group, Imam Abd Qaadiri Owolabi in his speech incited, “Political post is not a do or die affair – and we have called every aspirants and their supporters together to advise them to accept whatever the outcome of the election is because it is only God that enthrones people.”

“We are also using this platform to beg the aspirants to work together for the benefits of Ikorodu people; it is immaterial the party you are representing or the party from which the winners emerged, the goal of all of us is for the progress of Ikorodu and should you have any information that will better the lives of the people of the community, please, release such and do not hold back. It is good that the winners too should know that nobody is an island of knowledge.” Imam Owolabi added.

When it was time for Honourable    Komina to speak to the assembly, she said, “Element of lies cannot be missing in so much words, therefore, I pledge that whatever I say before this assembly, I will perform to the last letter. My major plan is to empower the women of Ikorodu and I am bent on working exclusively for the development of our women by having skill development centres in the nineteen wards in Ikorodu area – and I will also be working inclusively, if elected into office, with other Representatives in ensuring that Nigerian women are adequately empowered to occupy their places in various strata of our economy.”
“Many would be wondering why?” Injected Kemi Komina, who had garnered experience working in Mobil Producing Limited, Veloxi Limited and Batlang Consultancy as Credit Controller and Business Development Manager before establishing a Human Material Sourcing and Employment Consultancy serving several oil companies in Nigeria, “When women are properly empowered, men (our husbands’ minds) can be at rest, knowing that they have capable partners who can share in the burden of home running and future planning.”

In conclusion, Oluwakemi Fatimo Komina added, “Ikorodu and Nigeria at large need women in the corridor of power – here I am, send me. My major duty is to talk for our people, making sure that we are not bypassed or taken out of national development plan.”

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