“With the passing of Ambassador Segun Olusola, Nigeria has lost a national icon, Lagos Central Senatorial district has lost a rare gem; we have lost a man of many parts. He lived a life worthy of emulation and his death saddens us all,” the Senator stated in a press release issued in Abuja.… Read the rest
KEYNOTE ADDRESS DELIVERED BY SENATOR OLUREMI TINUBU, OON AT THE REUNION DINNER, FUND RAISING AND AWARDS 2012 OF THE ST. CATHERINE’S ANGLICAN GIRLS GRAMMAR SCHOOL, OWO OLD GIRLS’ ASSOCIATION ON JUNE 16TH 2012
I feel humbled and honoured to be invited to this occasion as the Keynote Speaker at the Reunion Dinner, Fundraising and Awards 2012 ceremony of the St Catherine’s Anglican Girls Grammar School Owo Old Girls’ Association.… Read the rest
Senator Oluremi Tinubu on Tuesday said June 12, 1993 was watershed in Nigeria’s political history.
The Senator, who represents Lagos Central Senatorial District, said this during the opening of her constituency office in Yaba, christened ‘Rehoboth House’.
She said, “There is no other date I would have chosen that would have been as significant as June 12.
June 12 for us at the Action Congress of Nigeria reminds us always of the price paid to pave the way for the democratic dispensation we are currently experiencing for the past 13 years.… Read the rest
Another historical landmark was recorded in the history of representative governance as the newly reconstructed edifice situated at 293, Herbert Macaulay Street, Alagomeji was commissioned. The Building named REHOBOTH HOUSE was the constituency office of the distinguished Senator of Lagos Central Senatorial District, Senator Oluremi Tinubu (OON).
In her welcome address, Chief Mrs Oluremi Tinubu said that the occasion marked the fulfilment of her statutory responsibility that must be undertaken as a senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria representing Lagos Central Senatorial District and the fulfilment of her promise to be committed and to strive for the service of her constituency.… Read the rest
Six hundred and twenty-four students of Lagos Central Senatorial District have been given N6.24m bursary grants, amounting to N10,000 each, by Senator Oluremi Tinubu.
Speaking at the third edition of her senatorial town hall meeting and presentation of her first year account in Lagos, Tinubu said the bursaries were to enable the beneficiaries to purchase books.
She said she would establish a N43.2mskills acquisition centre and provide conventional lights and solar street lights estimated to cost N29.8m.… Read the rest