Kemi Olunloyo speaks on her chances if she decides to run for a political office.
In her exclusive interview with Pulse TV, social media personality Kemi Olunloyo, 51, reveals that she wants to run for office in the next general elections.
In the interview she noted that Oyo state does not give female politicians a chance. "Do I have a chance? It's very tough. Oyo does not pick women for anything. Women are deputy governors elsewhere. In the Yoruba land Ogun, Lagos even Ekiti, Osun they all have women deputies. Oyo will not pick a woman deputy governor?" she told Pulse TV.
She further said "By God's grace I will like to go to the House of Reps in 2019 if I find a great sponsor. I am getting some positive vibes from some parties right now. I am not going to reveal the parties yet, but some positive vibes to be a lawmaker."
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In her previous clip Kemi Olunloyo spoke about the rejected Gender Equality Bill. "I was disgusted and I told the International Business Times that gender equality is a must in Nigeria. The people who didn't pass this bill are going to have more daughters than sons. I am a very big fan of gender sensitivity" she told Pulse TV.
Kemi Olunloyo also spoke about why she revealed that her father and other politicians go to ritualists.
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