Gbenga Abiola is only 28 years old but he speaks so fluently and eloquently. For him, service comes naturally.
He stood out among his peers. On Monday, June 13, 2016, he was sworn-in as the Sole Administrator of Agege Local Government by the Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode.
Gbenga Abiola was the cynosure of eyes at the event. Everyone wanted to talk to him, particularly the media.
At 28, Gbenga was perhaps the youngest ever council boss in the state and of course one of the ladies at the event said, “so cute, he is the most handsome among the lot.” | See more picture below:
As the boss of Agege Local Government, Gbenga has a heavy burden on his shoulder but he is confident of delivering the good. “I have confidence in God and I’m equally confident that my political leaders are there for me. I also have confidence in the staff of the local government. By the special grace of God, we will deliver,” he said.A little about him: Gbenga had his primary education at the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus Nursery and Primary School in Epe and proceeded to both Government College, Ketu, Epe and Folbim High School for his secondary education.
He attended University of Lagos for his tertiary education graduating with honours as a Bachelor of Science degree holder in Psychology. He had his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Ekiti having his primary assignment at Usi Ekiti.
He was Director, Featland Children School; Internet/Business Strategist for e-Script and until his appointment as a Sole Administrator, he was Special Assistant on New Media and Publicity to the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Mudashiru Obasa. Congrats to him!