As the countdown to local government elections in Ogun State begins, the vice Chairmanship candidate of Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government, Hon. Olatunbosun Animashaun is getting set to be elected for the coveted office under the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
Animashaun, who was chosen as the running mate to the Chairmanship Candidate of the party, Hon. Sheriff Musa, is regarded as a round peg in a round hole.
The woman of substance was said to have been chosen based on her humility, character and human relations, which they said endear her to many people in the local government and beyond.
Olatunbosun Animashaun is not only humble, she is said to be intelligent, focused, responsible and responsive.
“Her life is a good example to others. She is a source of inspiration and she has really affected many lives despite being a woman and a young person.
“We chose her because we know that she would perform. She has promised to work in conjunction with Hon. Sheriff Musa if they eventually win the election on July 24,” said an Ota-based politician, who simply gave his name as Olawale.
As an educationist and a graduate of Adeniran Ogunsanua College of Education Otto/Ijanikin, Lagos State, the delectable woman is seen as an asset to the local government at this material time if she eventually wins the election.
Animashaun has also promised to facilitate development to the area through her office in conjunction with the Chairman.
She said; “I joined politics to affect lives. My philosophy is that God wants everyone to use what he has to bless the people.
“My prayer is that God will give us the opportunity to serve and the people would give us thier votes. Hon. Sheriff Musa and myself will do our best for the local government if we are given the opportunity to serve.
“Ado-Odo/Ota is unique in all sense and we are fully prepared to move the local government forward as the hub of industry in Ogun State and in Nigeria as a whole,” she said in an interview, adding that she would never disappoint the people if she is given the opportunity to serve.