Honorable Taiwo Oluga achievements in 365Days.

by Adabanija Kamorudeen


Hon.Taiwo Olukemi Oluga on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was declared winner of the Ayedaade/ Irewole/ Isokan Federal Constituency election on the 23rd February, 2019. She polled a total of 36,876 votes while her opponent on the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) garnered 31,956 votes.


Hon. Taiwo Oluga is the Chairman, House Committee Women in Parliament.

Member of Pan African Parliament.

She is also a member of the House committees on Rural Development,Tourism, Police etc.

As a vibrant legislator, she has presented and lend her voice to a number of Bills and Motions in the last 365 days at the Green Chamber. These include :


(1.). Federal College of Education, Gbongan(Establishment) Bill, 2020(HB.794) —First Reading (October 9th 2019), Second Reading (21st November, 2019).

(2.). A Bill on Price Control Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (HB.797)— First Reading (10th March 2020), Second Reading

(3.) Electoral Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (HB. 793) – First Reading.(4th March 2020)

(4.) Compulsory Universal Basic Education Act (Amendment) Bill, 2020 (HB. 794) – First Reading.(4th March 2020)

(5.) Women’s Representation in Legislative Houses Bill, 2020 (HB. 795) – First Reading.(4th March 2020)

(6.) Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (Alteration) Bill, 2020 (HB. 796) – First Reading.(4th March 2020)

(7.). A Bill on National Assembly Budget and Research budget. NASBRO. First Reading. November 14 2019.

(8.). A Bill on Patent & Design Act,2020 — First Reading (4th March 2020)


(1.) A motion on the plight of disengaged N-power beneficiaries on the 13th of November, 2019.

(2.). A motion on the need to improve access of Nigeria students to quality basic education on the 23rd of July, 2019.


(1.). Supported the Bill for an act to amend the appropriations Act, 2020.

(2.). A motion on 50% affirmative of women representation in politics dated on the 26th of November, 2019.

(3.). A motion on Nigeria National Hero on the 6th of November, 2019.

(4.). A motion on the need to improve access of Pension Reform Act on the 12th of December 2019.

(5.). A motion on the Uprise of cultism in Nigeria on the 18th of July 2019

(6.). A motion on death sentence for rape on the 27th of November, 2019.

(7.). Supported the motion on the need to address the issue of “mysterious Deaths” in Jigawa state. The motion futher calls for the urgent establishment of well equiped isolation and testing centres as part of measures towards curbing the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.

(8.). On Wednesday 18th March 2020, she proposed an amendment to the motion on coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and that the House Leadership should be briefed weekly by the Minister of Health on the country’s preparedness for containing the pandemic.

(9.). Wednesday 11th March 2020,she supported the motion moved on the need to address the lapses of Security Operatives at the Nation’s Airports.

(10.) Supported motion on the need to re-assess and re-evaluate the tactical squads of the Nigeria Police Force.
She proposed an amendment to ensure that officers involved are made to undergo mental stability test and that such tests should be periodical to all law enforcement officers nationwide.
The motion was voted on and adopted as amended.

(11.). Supported the debate that called for an adequate mechanism to be put in place to ensure that Coronavirus doesn’t get out of control. She called for proper care for victims of the virus and more campaigns should be taken to the Nigerian people, especially those at the grassroots, through primary healthcare activities.


(1). Submission of a petition from a constituent whose engagement with the Federal Road safety Commission was unlawfully terminated and another against the same commission which denied his due and deserved promotion.

(2). Submission of a petition by one of my constituents and his colleagues on the non-remittance of their salaries and arrears from Niger Delta Power holding company for many years.

Active participation and contributions at the plenary sessions

As the Chairman Women in Parliament; she hosted
(1.). Round table/Inauguration of the Committee Women in Parliament.

(2.). Annual retreat of women in Parliament held at Victoria Island Lagos.


In a bid to reduce unemployement among youths and other constituents in Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan Federal Constituency, she has assisted a number of her constituents with Employment opportunities, skills and Financial support;


(1.). Adeyemo Olusegun Ayodeji. (Police College, Eleyele)

(2.). Adeleke Kehinde Abefe. (Police College, Eleyele)

(3.). Miss Salaudeen Abibat. (Ogun state Police College, Iperu)

(4.). Miss Alao Oluwatobi Racheal. (Ogun state Police College, Iperu)


(1.). Ismail Taofeek.


(1.) Ogunlade Bola (Isokan Local Government).

(2.) Oladele Bose (Ayedaade Local Government)


(1.). Engagement of 100 Youths across the Federal constituency under the Youth Empowerment Scheme as Taiwo Oluga Corps (Deployed to Health centres and Schools.

(2.). Skill acquisition training of 100 indigenes of Ayedaade/ Irewole/Isokan Federal Constituency on small scale businesses with Start Up Capital.

(3.). Hon.Taiwo Oluga has provided and open up more opportunities for employment, entrepreneurship and skills acquisition through strategic implementation partners


*Functional Constituency Office.

*Interpersonal relationship with the constituents and prompt attention to :
(1). Party Elders
(2.) Youths
(3.) Children & Women,
(4). Physically Challenged
(5). Widows
(6.) Artisans & Market Women/Men
(7.)Royal Palaces and other related categories.


(1.) Spelling Bee Competition for both Middle and High school students. Winners were given :
(1.). Cash prizes
(2.). Books
(3.). School bags;

(1.). First position received the cash prize of #100,000.

(2.). Second position received the cash prize of #70,000 (Seventy Thousand Naira)
(3.).Third position received the cash prize of #50,000 (Fifty Thousands Naira).

(4.). Fourth position received cash prize of #25,000. (Twenty Five Thousand Naira)

The occasion was witnessed by High profile dignitaries including :
Wife of the Governor of Osun, Alhaja Kafayat Oyetola.

Prince Gboyega Famodun (APC Chairman, State of Osun).
Executives of the Party
Royal Fathers
Markets Men and Women
Female Aspirants Group
Stakeholders across the Federal Constituency among others graced the occasion.

(2.). Free summer Coaching with Nine (9) Centres across the Federal Constituency for Public and Private school students ;

(1.). Irewole Local Government has two centres:
(a) Ayedaade High School Ikire has 1251 student Participants

(b) A.U.D Middle School has 342 student Participants

(2.). Isokan Local Government has two Centres:

(a.). ADC High School Apomu has 750 student Participants.

(b.). St David Elementary/Middle School Ikoyi has 405 Students Participants

(3.). Ayedaade Local Government has five centres:
(a.).Olufi High School Gbongan has 981 student participants.

(b.). Community High schools Orile-Owu has 360 student participants.

(c.). Community Middle/High School Araromi Owu has 98 student participants.

(d.). St David High school Ode Omu has 574 student Participants

(e.). Community High School Tonkeere has 248 student participants.

The tutors and coordinators were well appreciated and remunerated.

(3.). Distribution of over 500 pairs of school uniforms to both Middle and High schools.

(4.). Distribution of over 500 pairs of school bags to students

(5.). Distribution of over 2000 dozens of customized 60 note books to students.

(6.). 2019 Taiwo Oluga Father Christmas Program organized for Elementary/Middle Schools students across the Federal Constituency.

(7.). On going COVID-19 online competition for all undergraduate students across the Federal constituency


(1.). Cordial relationship and good interface between the Unions across the Federal Constituency.

(2.). Grants to Indigenous students Unions across the Federal Constituency


(1.). Support and Donations of gifts items/Cash/Food relief to the physically challenged across the Federal Constituency

(2.). Constant visit and support towards school of people with Special needs Ikoyi,Isokan Local Government Area of the Federal Constituency.


(1.). Cash Donation to the Government of State of Osun COVID-19 Committee.

(2.) Cash Donation to Federal Constituency during COVID-19 Pandemic.

(3.). Food relief items to the Federal Constituency.

(4.) Nose Masks Distribution during COVID-19 pandemic.


(1.). Prompt response to religious calls/Invitations

(2.). Cordial relationship between the religious groups, organizations, associations


(1). On going drilling of boreholes and solar lightning spread across the 33 wards in the Federal constituency.

Still counting……

“In this regard, she is very passionate about ratcheting up the number of meaningfuly engaged youths in Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan Federal Constituency.”

Bringing dividends of democracy to her people remains her utmost Priority.

Representation with responsibility!

Chairman House Committee
Women in Parliament

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