Actions speak louder than words, and yours tell an incredible story. Senator Mukhail Adetokunbo Abiru, FCA, is a retired bank Chief Executive and a former Lagos State Commissioner of Finance with a power to rise above any situation and deliver the best results no matter the circumstances.

He won the December 5, 2020 Lagos East Senatorial District by-election which he won by an overwhelming majority of 89 percent of the votes cast and since he came on board on the legislative arm of government, his level of quality work remains unprecedented in our society.

In the discharge of the sacred mandate entrusted to him by the esteemed constituents of Lagos East, Senator Abiru is leveraging is ascendency in wealth sharing and global insight, his sophisticated, long serving and well as an established ex banker to usher in to new territories, with newly profound policies.
In response to the agony of many households especially the vulnerable members of the Lagos East who were badly hit by the devastating impacts of the Corona-Virus pandemic, Abiru launched COVID-19 Financial Assistance Scheme for widows, aged, unemployed youth, Persons with Physical disabilities and women in the district.


Not fewer than 2500 vulnerable people are getting direct credit transfers on a monthly basis.

Six hundred brilliant but indigent students in tertiary institutions also benefited from a bursary scheme set up under the Senator’s Foundation. The legislator has also set-up the Senator Abiru Innovation Lab (SAIL) in partnership with a renowned technology and Social Enterprise company, The Co-creation Hub (Cc-HUB) in Lagos to train youths in the senatorial district on relevant digital and innovation skills, and build the best entrepreneurs that can compete in the ever-dynamic global economy.

The achievements of Senator Abiru are in legions. The people of Lagos East are fortunate to have a man who truly understands development politics and giving his best in the discharge of his assignment.

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