7 Outstanding Things You Should Know About The New Senior Special Assistant to Mr. Governor on Persons Living with Disabilities

Adenike Oyetunde was appointed as the New Senior Special Assistant to Governor Sanwo-Olu on Persons Living with Disabilities on the 7th of February 2021. This appointment came as a shock to everyone because there was never a position like this before.

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About Adenike Oyetunde Dasola

  • She is a lawyer and an OAP.
  • She was diagnosed with Osteogenic Sarcoma (cancer of the bone) at age 20 when she was in her second year in University. Her leg had to be cut off.
  • She has written and published a book titled: “Adéniké, Her Story, Your Movie, His Glory”
  • She has volunteered since 2014 with The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a Non-Profit International Organization for promoting the well-being of Persons with Disabilities.
  • She has served as Programme Manager, Ambassador, Volunteer and Fundraiser on the Irede Foundation’s Amputees United Initiative since 2018.
  • She launched Amputees United for amputee-activism.
  • January this year she began the gratitude jar challenge for people to tell their gratitude stories on social media for the 365 days of the year.

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