Honourable Olusola Alani Ekundayo is a Nigerian Politician and former elected Vice Chairman of Abeokuta South Local Government between 2012 and 2015. He was born on August 18th, 1973 to the family of Mr. Solomon Oluremilekun Ekundayo of Itoku Compound in Abeokuta and Mrs. Marian Olubisi Ekundayo nee (Kasali) of Ijebu Itele in Ijebu North-East Local Government, both in Ogun State. The two families are well known.

Olusola Ekundayo started his Primary School Education in 1978 at St. Augustine Primary School in Itesi, Abeokuta and finished in 1984. He was admitted into Egba High School (now Egba Comprehensive High School), Asero, Abeokuta in the same year, where he finished in 1990.

Been the first set in Ogun State to study under the new scheme of 6-3-3-4. Having finished from Egba High School and wish to further his Education career, he went to retake some of his Senior Secondary School papers at Ajebo Community High School in 1992 and got admitted into the defunct Ogun State Polytechnics, now Moshood Abiola Polytechnics, Ojere, Abeokuta where he studied Marketing for the 1994/1995 academic session and finished in 1999/2000 academic session, HND.

During his days in Ogun State Polytechnic, he was engaged in various activities and then, he was a member of Students Parliamentary Council that sees to the return of Student Union back into Polytechnics.

He was elected as Auditor in the National Association of Marketing Students, MAPOLY branch and also elected twice to the position of Vice President in Same department.

As a student representative, under their administration, they built Computer room in Marketing department to be used for marking and other departmental activities. There tenure printed Souvenirs for the students and also made available more Tables and Chairs for the Students of the department. He also participated in other social activities in the Campus, a member of Leo, a social organization.

Hon. Olusola Alani Ekundayo is a former Transition Chairman of Abeokuta South Local Government for 14 months between 2015 and 2016 and was also appointed as the Chairman of Abeokuta South Consultative Advisory committee/Special Assistant to the State Governor between 2017 and 2019.

He is the CEO of the Last Born Global Technologies, a registered telecommunication Outfit in Abeokuta. Olusola Ekundayo is married to Adijat Olusola-Ekudayo and blessed with Children.

Profession: Civil Servant, Businessman and Politician.

He was employed by Ogun State Government into Civil Service in 2002 and started working with Ogun State Hospital Management Board in Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta the State Capital and later transferred to General Hospital, Odeda as Clerical/Account Officer in the Hospital and having worked in the hospital for many years he was later transferred to Ministry of Commerce and Industry as a Trade officer.

He resigned his appointment as a Civil Servant in June 2012 to actively involved in the political activities of his community to show his love for the people of his community.

He love to serve his people, which is why he showed his interest in the Chairmanship of Abeokuta South Local Government after actively served his people and hold some key positions at party level, such as Ward P.R.O, Vice-Chairman of the Party at ward level.

After showing his interest to become the Chairman of his Local Government in year 2012, he was later elected as Vice Chairman of the Local Government to deputies Engr. Lanre Edun as the Chairman of the Abeokuta South Local Government in keenly contested Local Government elections. He was also asked to supervise the department of Agriculture. During his tenure with Engr. Lanre Edun, he displayed and exhibited lots of good work and he has been known to be a hardworking Vice Chairman.

He was appointed as Transition Chairman of Abeokuta South local government to further managed the activities and brings more development to the Local Government. As a transition Chairman, He created employment for people and employed not less than 31 staffs into various departments in the Local Government at a go.

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