TEXT OF SPEECH PRESENTED BY SENATOR OLUREMI TINUBU, OON, DURING THE THIRD TOWN HALL MEETING WITH CONSTITUENTS OF LAGOS CENTRAL SENATORIAL ZONE AT ROCKVIEW HOTEL, 17B, PARK LANE, APAPA G.R.A., LAGOS ON TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2012.
I want us to begin today’s programme with a spirit of gratitude and praise to God Almighty. Today, we have reached a milestone in the assignment of representation handed to me by you, the good people of Lagos central district constituency and our great party the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) one year ago, precisely on June 6, 2011.… Read the rest
TEXT OF SPEECH DELIVERED BY SEN. OLUREMI TINUBU, OON AT THE COMMISSIONING OF “REHOBOTH HOUSE” LAGOS CENTRAL SENATORIAL CONSTITUENCY OFFICE, YABA, LAGOS ON JUNE 12, 2012.
Today is indeed the day the Lord has made, I will rejoice and be glad in it. Glory be to God.
I welcome the Special Guest of Honour, our father, His Excellency, Chief Bisi Akande who is also the National Chairman of our party, the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN).… Read the rest
-says June 12 remains very special for ACN
As part of arrangements to emphasize the special significance of June 12 as a special day for Nigeria’s pro-democracy movement, Senator Oluremi Tinubu (OON) has concluded plans for two special events in Lagos today.
A programme of activities released by her office in Abuja indicates that the National Chairman of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), Chief Bisi Akande is to commission “Rehoboth House”, her new constituency office in Yaba, Lagos.… Read the rest
Senator Oluremi Tinubu (Lagos Central District) has commiserated with the management of Vintage Press Limited, the publisher of The Nation, on the death of Mrs. Ngozi Agbo, who was the coordinator of the Campus Life section of the paper.
In a condolence letter to the Managing Director of the company, Mrs. Tinubu described the late Mrs. Agbo as “a very productive staff” of The Nation.… Read the rest
PRESS STATEMENT ISSUED BY SENATOR OLUREMI TINUBU, OON, IN COMMEMORATION OF THE 16TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF AN ICON, ALHAJA KUDIRAT ABIOLA.
Exactly 16 years ago today, at the behest of anti-democratic forces that still seek to perpetuate their hold on Nigeria, Alhaja Kudirat Abiola, was felled, in cold blood, by assassins’’ bullets. On June 4, 1996, Alhaja Kudirat Abiola, a mother, a committed housewife and exemplary patriot who had become a potent force in the campaign for social change was martyred for her unwavering commitment to the cause of democracy
That is why today, as always, many continue to recall with clarity, her ardent commitment to her husband, late Chief M.K.O.… Read the rest