- Florence Eshalomi is a Nigerian woman who is very big on the international scene as a serving Member of Parliament in the UK
- The Nigerian woman has been representing Vauxhall since 2019 and got into the Assembly with majority votes of 62,243
- The UK politician got her BA in political and international studies with law from Middlesex University
Nigerians are not only making it in the diaspora as individuals, but they are also contributing greatly to their resident countries’ politics.
Florence Eshalomi who was born on September 18, 1980, is one of those Nigerians and has been a serving politician in the UK Parliament for Vauxhall since 2019.
From 2006 to 2018, she was also a local councillor representing Brixton Hill ward on Lambeth London Borough Council.
According to her public profile, she is the eldest of three children, brought up by her single-parent.
She got into the London Assembly with big majority votes of 62,243 over her Conservative Party candidate, Robert Flint.
It should be noted that as a member of the Assembly, she has campaigned on various important issues that have been affecting her community.
She graduated with a BA in political and international studies with law from Middlesex University. After getting to be a beneficiary of the EU Funded Erasmus student Exchange, she was able to study at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Chinyelu Onwurah won the first seat that was declared for Labour party in the United Kingdom election held on Thursday, December 12.
The Nigerian took Newcastle Central with whopping votes of 21,568 to beat her Conservative opponent’s 9,290.
Following her success, another Labour’s candidate, Bridget Phillipson, won the seat in Houghton and Sunderland South.
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