The profile of Hon. Wunmi Oladeji, representing Ogbimoso North State constituency in Oyo State is soaring higher and the lawmaker has remain a strong pillar of support to members of her constituency bringing the dividends democracy to them.
The lawmaker is a philanthropist of note known for her empowerment programmes for both the youths and women of her constituency.
Aside from legislative duties, Oladeji is also involved in empowerment programme through the distribution of materials to members of her constituency.
All those who know her or have had an encounter with her testify to her large heart, noting that she has touched so many lives in her constituency.
Little wonder why the lawmaker is the favourite of her godfather, the former Governor of Oyo State, Chief Christopher Also Akala.
Oladeji is a strong woman who is excelling in men’s world, as the only female lawmaker in the Oyo State House of Assembly, Oladeji has refused to be intimated by his male colleagues.
Popularly known as an amazon in the Oyo State House of Assembly, Oladeji has written her name in gold through her various contributions to the lawmaking process in the State.
The people of Ogbomoso North State constituency in Oyo State are lucky to have such a vibrant lawmaker who is passionate about her people as a lawmaker representing them.
Notable among her achievements is moving of a motion to exempt victims of rape from paying the mandatory N5,000 fee for obtaining medical report in government hospitals.
She moved the motion, titled, “Need to Stop Request for Payment of N5000 for medical reports from rape victims and defilement in Oyo State”.
Oladeji, a member of the ADP, served as the Chairman of the House Committed on Women and Children Affairs in the 8th Assembly and was voted back into the House following her track records.
Her sterling performance in her first term at the House where she initiated several bills and empowerment programmes for her constituency is unbeatable.
The lawmaker has also expended millions of naira on her empowerment programme, distributing materials to her constituents.
Oladeji said the empowerment programme was part of her contribution to the growth of her constituency, saying “Asides from the legislative duties which I was elected to perform, I also consider it important to support some members of my constituency with some materials that will help them in advancing their businesses and earn a better living.”
“Since the inauguration of the 8th Assembly in 2015, I have raised motions, bills and contributed greatly to issues affecting my constituency and the state at large and I will not relent in my effort to ensure the voice of my constituents is being heard loud and clear at the state level”, She added.