After a long battle with an undisclosed illness, Chief Kemi Nelson, a popular politician, and Lagos socialite was diagnosed with a rare condition. He died on December 6, at the age of 66. Nelson was a close ally of Asiwaju Bola Tubu, the APC presidential candidate for decades. Gboyega Akosile, the Chief Press Secretary of the Governor of Lagos confirmed Nelson’s death on Sunday. Get The Latest Updates On Etloot.org.
Kemi Nelson Cause Of Death
He posted a sad tweet saying that he had lost “a dear soul to death’ earlier today. May the spirit of Chief Mrs. Kemi, former Southwest Women Leader, @OfficialAPCNgRest in Peace. God also grants her family, friends, and associates the strength to cope with this loss. Nelson was born on 9 February 1956. She is a Nigerian politician, socialite, and entrepreneur. She was the Executive Director at the Nigerian Insurance Social Trust Fund, (NSTIF).
How Did Kemi Nelson Die?
In the 1980s Nelson joined, during the General Ibrahim Babangida regime, the now defunct National Republican Convention. Bola Ahmed Tinubu defeated her as the senatorial candidate in the Lagos West Senatorial District election of 1992. She ran for the Ikeja Federal Constituency during General Abacha’s regime in 1998. As a UNCP member, she was again elected. Although she won the election, it was cut short by General Abacha’s death.
What Happened To Kemi Nelson?
She joined Alliance for Democracy in 1999. From 1999 to 2003 she was the Lagos State Commissioner for Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation under Bola Ahmed Tinubu. In addition, she has been the Women Leader of the Lagos State Chapter of The All Progressives Congress and later became the South West Women Leader for APC. She was the only serving member of the Lagos State Governor’s Advisory Council.
“I visited her office. We are very grateful. Your genuine support, the time, and the resources you gave me are very much appreciated. We are very grateful. The former APC women leader was a registered midwife and nurse, and also held a master’s in financial management. She was a member of the National Institute of Marketing and a co-founder of the Governor’s Advisory Council, the highest decision-making body of APC in Lagos.