Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya a.k.a MC Oluomo has been re-elected for a second term as Lagos State Chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW). Akinsanya, Alhaji Sulyman Ojora – Deputy Chairman; Alhaji Mustapha Adekunle (Sego) – Treasurer and 20 other executive members were elected unopposed yesterday at the 10th Quadrennial State Delegates Conference held at the state union secretariat, Agege.
They were sworn-in by Adejare Kembi, Principal, Excel Practitioners in the presence Acting National President of the union Alhaji Aliyu Issa Ore; former National Secretary Kabiru Ado Yau; Controller, Federal Ministry of Labour and Employment, Lagos Office Eshomounu Itemoagbo; Assistant Chief Labour Officer in the ministry Anthony Ogwu; and Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) Lagos State Public Relation Officer Comrade Ismail Adejumo among others.
MC Oluomo then vowed to secure more assistance for union members and continue his reform policies that have transformed the union activities in the state for better.
Musiliu Akinsanya (born 14 March 1975) popularly known as MC Oluomo is the head of the Lagos state branch of the National Union of Road Transport Workers. He is regarded as Lagos state’s richest and illustrious thug agbero.
MC Oluomo was born in Oshodi, Lagos, Nigeria. He originally hails from Kwara State. He had primary level of education and dropped out of school because of his father’s death. He ran away from home at the age of 13 and started working as a bus driver.
He became the head of a motor park in Oshodi and finally rose to become the most influential agbero in Oshodi before he emerged as the chairman of the National Union of Road Transport Workers in Lagos.
On 25 February 2023, in a series of videos on social media during the 2023 Nigerian presidential election in Lagos, Nigeria Musiliu Akinsanya (MC Oluomo) was accused of allegedly intimidating and preventing the Igbo people from voting Peter Obi at his polling unit. also, for allegedly using (agbero) to disrupt the Nigerian presidential election in lagos.
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