Meet The 38-Year-Old Lady Who Has Declared Her Interest In Becoming The Next Nigerian President

January 18 2022

The 2023 presidential election is fast approaching and many top politicians in the country have already declared their interests in contesting for the presidential seat, including a 38-year-old lady, Khadijah Okunnu-Lamidi who has also come out to make her intention of becoming the next President in Nigeria known to everyone.

Khadijah Okunnu-Lamidi is a Nigerian, media personality and daughter of former commissioner, late Lateef Olufemi Okunnu from Lagos state. She attended the University of Lagos Staff School before obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Business Management (Hons) from the University of Bolton RAK Campus in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).


She then earned a Master’s degree in Strategic Project Management (SPM) from the prestigious Heriot-Watt University, before moving back to Lagos to undergo the mandatory NYSC program where she served at a Lagos State Government School, and she is the founder of Slice Media Solutions, a top advertising agency in Nigeria.

She was also asked about how she intends to fight insecurity in the country and she said she plans to find solutions from localities by having securities in every locality to allow them to monitor and give information from their localities.



Below is the link to her full interview with BBC Pidgin.

https://m.facebook.com/bbcnewspidgin/videos/450196706594917/?locale2=en_US

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