The Little Boy In This Picture Was Once A Governor In Nigeria, Can You Guess Who He Could Be?
There is no hidden identity in one’s childhood, and it is and that everyone living on earth, once passed through adolescents to adulthood.
Today you may be a successful businessman, trader, pilot, engineer, Journalist, Governor, and even President of a nation, you can never deny that you passed through yours as well as mine.
So, in this article, I want to talk about the adolescent picture of the man who was once a two termed former governor of Lagos state.
The picture was taken in 1966 when he was just a boy, then no one in his background or his vicinity ever guess that such a little boy would grow up to be a governor, presently he is the minister of power in the federal republic of Nigeria.
I know you must have known that I’m talking in the person of Babatunde Raji Fashola.
Babatunde Raji Fashola is a strong name as far as Nigeria politics is concerned, he is an achiever, through his tenure as Lagos state governor, all his policies were successful, and it was obvious that it was he who redeemed the fact that Lagos state is a megacity, by providing outstanding social amenities.
Before Raji Fashola became governor, different misbehavior activities are going on in Lagos state, places like Ijora, Iyana-Ipaja, Mushin, and Oshodi are known to be the domain of rough people, especially Oshodi railway was a no go area; Raji Fashola made sure that all the aforesaid places were cleaned up.yup
Raji Fashola was known for setting up some agency which fights against the dirty environment in the state, an example of such agency was LAWMA.
It was through the tenure of Raji Fashola that BRT was initiated, and it became a popular transport system for its unique features that Lagosians are benefiting from.
Raji Fashola mandated the tax system in Lagos state, and that has been a successful channel that is generating income into the pulse of the state.
I can not mention all the goodies of life that the Lagosians enjoyed during the reign of Raji Fashola, and presently we cannot overemphasize its assiduity in the Parliament as the present by the minister of power.
In short, no child is worthy of molestation, because one may never know who the child one is molesting will be in the future.