This development has spurred up a conversation about the achievement of the Not-Too-Young-To-Lead initiative.
The initiative that seeks to ensure that young Nigerians are given the opportunity to serve in various political capacities and to, in fact, hold political offices, have so far been impactful.
Apart from the numerous young people elected to office at different levels and capacities, three states recently elected speakers who were in the early 30s.
The nomination of Seun Fakorede is a pointer to the fact that young people are finally finding their foot in the scheme of things in the country.
Here are some Fact To take note off About Seun Fakorede
- Seun Fakorede hails from Idere area of Ibarapa Central local government in Oyo State.
- In 2016, Fakarede earned a Degree in Civil Engineering From Obafemi Awolowo Univerisity, Ile-Ife, Osun State,
- He currently runs Home Advantage Africa (HAA), “a non-profit devoted to promoting local dominance and global stardom in Africa through digital storytelling and other projects of similar ilk.”
- He is expected to be commissioner over the ministry of youth and sports.
- He will be the younger commissioner to occupy that seat in the history of the state.
- Seun’s passion and work have promoted leadership development and accountability for Millennials as critical indices to Africa’s development through seminars, conferences and other platforms.
- Seun is a seasoned and dedicated professional with 7+ years of experience providing comprehensive administrative, operational and managerial support to various organisations
- Seun loves reading good books, discovering new ideas, trying new food and traveling — He is keenly interested in everything about Africa — Inspiring and nurturing viable network and relationships across the continent.