- Oluomo Segun Olulade aka Eleniyan, a former lawmaker representing Epe Constituency II, owns a waste management business
- In a post he made on Instagram, the honourable spoke about how the company was rebranded as he hinted on the significance of commitment
- Segun's political career in the Lagos state House of Assembly spanned two consecutive terms
A former Nigerian lawmaker, Oluomo Segun Olulade, who represented Epe constituency II, has transitioned to the business world as a garbage collector.
According to his public profile, he was born on July 20, 1971, and had his early education in Epe before proceeding to the Lagos State University for his degree in economics.
His present garbage collecting business may have been inspired by his passion for environmental preservation as he moved from his academic discipline in business to tackling issues relating to our environment.
After his huge success in waste management, he engaged in politics and served two terms at the Lagos state parliament.
Segun’s profile also showed that he was the first lawmaker to begin an educating radio programme to interact with the grassroots.
On Monday, August 10, he posted about his waste management company, as he wrote about the reward of diligence, citing the bible in Proverbs 22:29.
The pictures on his Instagram page show him posing with one of his company's waste collecting vans. In another, he could be seen addressing his workers.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a lady from Embakasi area by the name Shamim disclosed reasons as to why she could not forgive her husband and would not do so anytime soon.
The young woman revealed her husband of 10 years had been keeping a very huge secret she found to be unforgivable.
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Shamim had always known that her husband, David, was an employee at JKIA but not until she got into a confrontation with the neighbours one day that she learnt she was living a lie.
"Normally, he leaves in the morning smartly dressed and you'd never notice. So we were fighting for water with the other women and one of them just came out and told me 'There's no way your special while your husband is a garbage collector'.
"I tried to defend myself knowing she was wrong but the rest backed her up and I thought then there must be some truth about it," she said.
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