Babatunde Fashola's CV released for Ministerial screening.

Babatunde Fashola's CV released for Ministerial screening.

Nigeria is excited by the ministerial list nominees screening to take place.For once things are being done openly,its a shame the screening will not be transmitted on television,but you can still follow it on the internet via the Nigeria senate website.
The CV's of all the nominated ministers is being released,and here we take a look at ex Lagos state governor Babatunde Raji Fashola's CV below..

Name: Babatunde Raji Fashola

Date of Birth: 28th June 1963 

He attended Birch freeman high school Lagos and Igbobi College 
He studied law and obtained his Bachelor of laws (LL.B) at the University of BENIN

MARITAL STATUS: Fashola is married with kids

In 1988 Fashola was called to bar as a solicitor and advocate of the Supreme Court of Nigeria

He has a decade and half in the profession and awarded the ffg honour /achievements

Distinguished Alumnus Award from University of Benin

Notary Public of the Supreme Court of Nigeria

Successful containment and eradication of Ebola outbreak in Lagos

Lagos State Public Service Club (Platinum Award)

1st member of the Nigerian law school graduating class of 1988

First ever Chief of Staff to be honoured

Member , Nigerian Bar Association

Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria

Introduction of BRT (Bus Rapid Transport) to ease transportation

Recovery of Lands in Victoria Island being lost to erosion

Fashola launched an appeal to raise $1m for victims of Haiti earthquake

Chief of Staff to former governor, Bola Ahmed

Honourable Commissioner to the Governor’s Tinubu office

Secretary of the Lands Sub-Committee of the Transitional Work Groups 1999

Panel Member on allocation of houses on Member of the State Tenders Board- 2002-

Member of the State Security Council – 2002-

Chairman Ad-Hoc Committee on Review of Transitional Work Groups 1999

Mobolaji Johnson Housing Scheme Lekki 2006 2006

Asset distribution among LGs

Executive governor of Lagos State between 2007 –
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