Public Service

Bola Ilori got into public service at a rather young age, becoming the youngest local government chairman in lagos at the age of 30

With an early foray into the student union government, it seemed more than likely that Hon Bola Ilori was going to end up in public service and right so he did.

From being Welfare Secretary to Secretary General back in the Unilag, he tackled people oriented challenges tryin to bring succour to the odinary person on the street, fighting and protecting the common man’s dignity.
From Commercial motorcycles riders right to the broadcasting network, he broke through barriers to ensure that the people had a voice
In 1999, he took up the challenge again, this time on the campaign train that brought Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu into power in Lagos state.
As a result, he was appointed as the head of the Poverty Alleviation Board in Lagos Mainland. He was also at one time a principal legislative aid to Senator Tokunbo Afikuyomi.
His journey led him to become the youngest local govenment chairman in Nigeria.
He worked with a five man team in Lagos on Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission in 2003 befor becoming a senior special assistant to Lagos Government on Environmental Matters in 2004.
He worked hard combacting non-biodegradeable waste in Lagos.
He also emerged as one of the candidates under ACN for the Ondo Senatorial district during the 2007 controversial elections. Battled for the stolen mandate of Gov. Olusegun Mimiko before becoming appointed as senior special assistant to the Governor on Enviroment along with being the chairman of the Beautification committee.
After Governor Aregbesola reclaimed his own stolen mandate, he appointed Bola Ilori as his Special Adviser on Enviroment and Sanitation. Which brought about the much applauded O-Clean Programme.
For close to 2 dacades, he has being serving the people, he is currently serving his people and he has vowed to continue with his public crusade until the common man on the street gets heard.

 

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