The ‘Not Too Young To Lead’ campaign, advocated for in the build-up the Nigeria General Election, has indeed yet paid off.
This is so as two young persons in the early 33 have emerged leaders of houses of Assembly in two states.
Debo Ogundoyin, 32, has been elected as the leader of the Oyo State House of Assembly.
Ogundoyin, representing Ibarapa East constituency (PDP), was elected unopposed, with the unanimous voice vote of the 32-member assembly on Monday, according to Channels.
In Plateau state, 33 year old Abok Izam, representing Jos East constituency (APC), emerged Speaker of the House of Assembly.
According to the News Agency Of Nigeria, Izam is a law student in his final year at the University of Jos.