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Olatunbosun Mojeed Bakare.

Hon. Olatunbosun Mojeed Bakare (BOSMAN), Federal House of Representative aspirant of Epe, was born in the early 80's, June 11th, to the family of Bakare in Ikosi Ejirin LCDA , he's a son of a notable leader of the ruling APC, and Ikosi Ejirin community leader,  Chief. Bakare Saliu Adeoye (Baba Major).

He had his primary and secondary education at RCM primary school and Lofi Ogunmude comprehensive college Ejirin. He proceeded to Tai Solarin college of education, studied Political science/Economic where he bagged an NCE and Bac (ED), a sociological and Master (in view) , Quinipiac University Connecticut USA.

Hon. Olatunbosun Bakare (BOSMAN) deserves to be celebrated from different perspectives, especially at a time when electorates expectations are high concerning those that represented them in public offices. Even though he is still a private citizen, has put smiles on faces and has become one of the greatest friends of the poor and downtrodden within and outside Epe.

BOSMAN, as he is often called understands the challenges of the people and has maintained a rare reputation for helping individuals, groups and institutions to overcome challenges through humanitarian efforts. 

Olatunbosun Mojeed Bakare.

Many people within Epe have continued to benefit from his magnanimity in terms of various monetary gifts, provision of educational materials, organizing health programs, empowerment projects and giving of money for business start-up and helping the downtrodden to have a fruitful festive celebration. 

To call Hon. Olatunbosun Bakare a man in whose veins flow the milk of human kindness is simply saying the very obvious fact about his person. He is so passionate about Epe community to the extent that he has become not only an household name but also a popular man due to this involvement in activities that has to do with indigents and always sit around them at every giving opportunities.

NB: Part 2 will feature his journey to politics and humanitarian efforts in Epe.


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