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Sunday, 7 December 2014

Abike-Dabiri Quits Reps - Lagos Dep-Gov Beckons!



When the Lower House of the National Assembly House opens for business in the next dispensation, one of its most vociferous voices and most influential personalities will be missing from the crowd.
After spending 12 productive years in the House of Representatived, Honourable Abike Kafayat Oluwatoyin Dabiri-Erewa has decided to gracefully bows out, as she will not be returning to the House in the next dispensation.
 
Dabiri-Erewa, who has, impressively and meritoriously served for three terms, has a distaste for political sit-tight syndrome. She has consistently distinguished herself as a virtuous woman and a respected government functionary, thus, her decision to vacate the seat for other people to take the reins. According to reliable sources, having paid her dues, Dabiri-Erewa believes it is time to give other people the opportunity to serve as well.

Dabiri-Erewa, 52, is a third term member of the House of Representatives at the National Assembly. This confers on her, the status of the most prominent female politician in Lagos State, and one of the most prominent politicians in Nigeria today. There is no doubting the fact that Dabiri-Erewa has paid her dues, proven her worth and done Nigeria proud. She is charismatic, cosmopolitan, polished and eloquent. And she is one of the few Nigerians with acceptable global presence. As the Chairman, House Committee on Diaspora Affair, Dabiri-Erewa is known to have the widest network of Nigerians in the diaspora. AbekeOlabode

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