Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Please, Chief Ọ̀labọ́de George, When Did Senator Musiliu Ọ̀banikoro Become A "Rude Boy"?

Senator Musiliu Ọ̀banikoro, past Minister of State for Defence of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“That RUDE BOY called Koro lacks respect for elders” – Bode George,

 Former Deputy National Chairman (South) of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Olabode George has been reported as quoted above calling Senator Musiliu Ọ̀banikoro a "rude boy".
Please, Chief Ọ̀labọ́de George, when did Koro become a "rude boy"?
Before or after the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria approved him as the Honourable Minister of State for Defence?
Are you insulting the intelligence of the Nigerian Senate for approving his appointment?
Are you insulting the President of Nigeria, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for appointing him as the High Commissioner to Ghana and later as a Minister?
Are you insulting the electorate who voted for him to become a Senator? 

You also insulting those who approved him as an intern with Houston adult Probation Department, Houston, Texas and the American office that interviewed and employed him as social worker and later as the Head of the adolescent unit with Little Flower Children Service (an agency affiliated with New York City Department of Social Service).
You are insulting an honorary citizen of Glenarden, Maryland and Little Rock, Arkansas

Senator Musiliu Ọ̀banikoro and his lovely family.

 Ọ̀mọ́ Ọ̀ba Ọ̀banikoro is not a fool.
He will not settle for less.
He worked hard for PDP Lagos when Jimi ọ́mọ́ Ágbájè was in his one man party and doing other anti-PDP runs and suddenly he joins PDP to come and reap where he has not sowed.
Jimi cannot reap the harvest of Koro.


 Senator Musiliu Ọ̀banikoro on official duty as Minister of State for Defence at the NNS QUORRA, Apapa of the Nigerian Navy in Lagos.

Senator Mohammed Musiliu Olatunde Obanikoro was born in Lagos Island and hails from Lagos State. He had his early education also in Lagos at Ahmadiyya Qu’ranic School, Ojo-Giwa, Lagos. His Primary School was at St. Patrick’s Catholic School Idumagbo, Lagos. He had his Secondary Education at Ahmadiyya College (now Anwar-UL-Islam College Agege). He studied at Texas Southern University, Houston, Texas and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs, (with concentration in Administration of Justice). He also holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration. (with concentration in Public Policy)

Senator Obanikoro had tours of duty both in Nigeria, Ghana and the United States of America. Amongst his varied positions which he held are supervisory role at the Methodist Hospital, Houston Texas and Little Flower Children Service, Brooklyn, New York. He was elected Chairman/Chief Executive of Lagos Island Local Government from March, 1997 to July, 1998.

From 1999 to 2003 he was appointed Commissioner in the Lagos State Government Executive Council with the position of Honourable Commissioner for Home Affairs/Culture.

From 2003 to 2007 he was elected Senator to represent Lagos Central in Lagos State at the National Assembly. As a distinguished Senator, he served in several committees. He also participated in impactful legislative activities.

In 2008 he was appointed by the President, Commander-in-Chief as a Nigerian High Commissioner to the Republic of Ghana from April, 2008 to April, 2012. He was also appointed Chairman of the Industrial Training Fund by the President in May, 2013.

He has undertaken several courses, toured many countries and attended numerous seminars. In recognition of all these endeavors, he has been conferred with excellent awards and honours, which include but not limited to ;

•Award of Ambassador to the State of Arkansas

•Honourary Membership Award, Isale Eko Welfare Association and

•The Prestigious Kwame Nkrumah Leadership Award.

Distinguished Senator Musiliu Olatunde Obanikoro who is happily married with children and grandchildren is the current Minister of State for Defence of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

His hobbies include: Swimming, Gym activities.

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