The recently appointed commissioner, in an interview he granted to The Punch, spoke on his past involvement with service.
He said: “When the governor and I connected — we connected via LinkedIn — it was without the intention of this at all. All I said to myself was, just like I said when I see people that could actually offer service to the country, I like to just volunteers. I have been into public service since as far back as 2003 /2004.
I contacted him and told him I had been following his style of politics for quite some time and I was willing to volunteer in his campaign and that was how we started”.
The 27-year-old is the current commissioner for youth and sports.