In This Biography
Ayo Omidiran Biography, Career, Age, Husband, Networth, Family, Education.
Who is Ayo Omidiran?
Ayo Hulayat Omidiran
|Member of the House of Representatives|
|Preceded by||Patricia Etteh|
|Born||10 November 1963|
|Alma mater||Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria|
She attended Ayedaade Grammar School Ikire, Osun State, and obtained a West Africa School Certificate in 1980. She then proceeded to Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry in 1985.
She contested for the Federal House of Representatives for Ayedaade/Irewole/Isokan federal constituency in 2011 and was elected. She ran for re-election in 2015 and was re-elected under the umbrella of the APC. She has held various positions in the house including Deputy Chairman, House Committee on Sports; member of House Committee on Judiciary, Communications, Interior, Solid Minerals, Women Affairs, and Women in Parliament.
In 2002, she became a member of the Nigerian Football Association Board and remained there till 2005. Since 2006, she has been a member of the FIFA Women’s Committee. She became the proprietor of Omidiran Babe, a female football club in Osogbo, Osun State in 1997. In 2017, she has appointed the head of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Women Football Committee.
She is a fan of football. She sponsored the Ayedaade-Irewole-Isokan Federal Constituency Football Competition in early 2018 which climaxed with the finals at the Ayedaade High School, Ikire, Osun State.
Is Ayo Omidiran Married?
Yes she is married
$5 to $10 million
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