BUCKNOR-AKERELE, Sen. Louisa Kofoworola

Born April 30, 1939





broadcaster, journalist, business woman, politician; environmentalist
Gender: Female
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State of Origin: Lagos State
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Profession Journalist , Businesswoman , Politician , Environmentalist
Working Experience Freelance Presenter/Interviewer, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 1962-63; Drum Magazines; Editor, Helliogravure; Uusane, Switzerland; Announcer, Voice of Nigeria, English Services, and later snr. Producer Talks, 1964-71; Client Service Manager, Graham and Gillies Advertising West Africa Ltd; ch. Akerele Advertising Ud; 1972; dir. Abimbola Properties Ltd; ch. Al Foods and Louisa Kay Associate Ltd; Senator, Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1992; ch. Senate Committee on Information; Deputy Governor, Lagos State, 1999-2002; Resigned as Deputy Governor, Lagos State, December 16, 2002; v-presd. Association of Advertising Practitioners of Nigeria; Musical Society of Nigeria;
C.M.S. Girls School, Ugos; Kingsley Girls School, England, 1949; Gray's Inn, London; Regent Street Polytechnic, now University of the South Bank, London, 1962;

National Democratic Coalition; Treasurer, Pan-Yaruba Movement, Afenifere, Lagos State, 1993-98; Alliance for Democracy; Governorship Aspirant, National Democratic Party, 2003

Moroye Lagos; Oba Adeyinka Oyekan 11,1993; honorary, Mama Ewe of Ugos, Students Union of Yaba College of Technology;

music, reading, gardening, aerobics

presd. Federation for Advancement of Nigeria Women

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