24-year-old Adeyi Kaosara makes Kwara gov’s commissioner list

Adeyi Kaosarah, a 24-Year-Old University of Ilorin graduate was among the four women whose names were forwarded to the State House of Assembly as commissioner-nominees by Kwara State Governor, AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, on Tuesday.

Adeyi Kaosarah graduated from Forestry and Wildlife Department, the University of Ilorin in 2019, and had her National Youth Service in Oyo State subsequently.

The youngest Commissioner-designate is a native of Ilorin, Ojuekun-Sarumi Ward, Ilorin-West Local Government Area, Kwara State.

She had served in many capacities including the Student Union Vice President at the University of Ilorin, and recently, a member of the Kwara State Judicial Panel of Enquiry on #EndSars protest.

She is also the member representing Kwara State on the Northern Governors’ Forum Committee on Youth Engagement, Priorities and Inclusion in government.

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