- Mudashiru Obasa has been reelected as Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly for the third term
- Obasa emerged as Speaker of the 10th Lagos State House of Assembly after Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu inaugurated the Assembly on Tuesday, June 6
- The Speaker, who represents Agege 1 constituency, was nominated for re-election by Temitope Adewale, representing Ifako-Ijaiye 1
Ikeja, Lagos state - Hon. Mudashiru Obasa has been re-elected as the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly for the third term.
Obasa, who represents Agege 1 constituency, emerged as Speaker of the 10th Lagos House of Assembly shortly after Governor Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, proclaimed the Assembly on Tuesday, June 6, The Punch reports.
The Speaker was nominated for re-election by Temitope Adewale, representing Ifako-Ijaiye 1 state constituency
39 Lagos lawmakers-elect reveal who they're backing to become Speaker
Legit.ng earlier reported that 39 lawmakers-elect of the Lagos State House of Assembly have announced their preferred candidate to become the next Speaker in the 10th Assembly.
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The chairman of the House Committee on Transportation, Hon. Adewale Temitope, said the 39 lawmakers-elect are supporting Speaker Mudashiru Obasa for continuation.
Speaker Obasa wins Agege Constituency 1 with wide margin
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the speaker of the Lagos state House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa, had won Saturday’s House of Assembly election held in Agege Constituency 1.
According to the results announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday morning, Obasa polled 17,214 votes to win the constituency by a landslide.
APC Vs LP: Anxiety as tribunal set to give verdict on Gbadebo’s petition against Sanwo-Olu in Lagos
The Lagos state Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal is expected to give a verdict on whether or not the petition filed by Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the candidate of the Labour Party in the March 18 election, is competent to be heard.
Justice Arum Ashom, the tribunal's chairman, said the verdict would be given on Friday, June 2 after counsel's submission on the matter.
Lagos Decides 2023: APC victory certain, Obasa declares after casting vote
Legit.ng earlier reported that three lawmakers-elect of the Lagos State House of Assembly have revealed their preferred candidate to become the s (APC) would win the ongoing governorship and House of Assembly election in the state.
Obasa spoke with journalists on Saturday, March 18, after casting his vote at Unit 019, Ward E, Oluwole Olaniyan Street, Agege, saying he believes that Allah would crown the efforts of the APC with success.