Babatunde Hunpe

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Babatunde Hunpe

Babatunde Hunpe (mẹhe yin jiji to azán awetọ Avivọsún, owhe 1963 tọn) yin tonudọtọ de to otò Naijilia tọn mẹ. E yin tòvi Gbagli he yin tòpẹvi de to Awọnlin tọn, to tògbo Naijilia tọn mẹ. Ewọ wẹ yin nukunmọnu na lẹdo Gbagli tọn to Wedegbẹ́ Tonudidọ Naijilia tọn pẹvi ṣiẹnẹtọ mẹ.[1][2][3]

Bẹjẹeeji gbẹzan etọn tọn[jlado | jla asisado]

Azọn etọn[jlado | jla asisado]

Hunpe ko yin ayinamẹtọ vonọtaun na Ayimatẹngan Awọnlin tọn dai tọn he yin Mẹdaho Akinwunmi Ambode do nujijọ lẹdo mẹ tọn lẹ ji. Ṣigba to alọnu din, ewọ wẹ yin nukunmọnu na Gbagli to wedegbẹ tonudidọ Naijilia tọn pẹvi ṣiẹnẹtọ mẹ.[4]

Ajọ po gigopanamẹnu he emọ yi lẹ[jlado | jla asisado]

Alọdlẹndonu lẹ[jlado | jla asisado]

  1. "Lawmaker calls for establishment of Federal Polytechnic in Badagry". 28 October 2019.
  2. "Badagry will enjoy dividend of democracy under Sanwo-Olu's Govt, says Rep-elect". 12 March 2019.
  3. "Lawmaker seeks polytechnic in Badagry". 31 October 2019.
  4. "Nigeria at 61: Hunpe berates insecurity, gives Nigerians hope". 6 October 2021.