Here is the biography and life history of the late Senator Bayo Oshinowo AKA Pepper, who reportedly died of COVID-19 complications on the 15th of June, 2020
Full Name: Adebayo Sikiru Osinowo
Date of birth: 28th November 1955
Date of Death: 15th June 2020
Post held: Senator for Lagos East
Senator Bayo Oshinowo Death
Senator Representing Lagos East Senatorial District, Senator Adebayo Oshinowo is dead.
Lagos State Senator Pepper has passed on few minutes ago at the First Cardiology, according to multiple online reports.
Information reaching EkitiReporters has it that he died from complications from Covid-19.
Details of his demise is yet to be ascertained. Lawmakers in the Assembly sat to adjourn sitting as a result of this incident.
Senator Bayo Oshinowo Biography and Life History
Adebayo’s father was the Late Alhaji Rabiu Osinowo from Odo-Egbo in Ijebu Ode and his mother is Mariamo Taiwo Osinowo. He had his primary education at St. Augustin Primary School in Ijebu-Ode and his Secondary Education in Issoyin Grammar School, Isoyin.
Osinowo studied Building Technology at the lnstituto per Geometri, Rome, Italy. He obtained his master’s degree at Urbaniana University, Rome, Italy, where he specialised in Building Technology.
Adebayo Osinowo worked with the Federal Ministry of Works, Lagos State. In 1977, he started his career as a Land Officer at the Federal Ministry of Works till 1979. He then became the Managing Director at NITAL International from 1986 to 2003. He then became the Managing Director at NIMCO International Co. Ltd from 1990 to 2003. He also worked as Managing Director, at Extreme Piling and Construction Company Ltd and NIMCO Dredging Company from 1990 to 2003.
Osinowo began his political life in the second republic serving as a youth Chairman of the Social Democratic Party (SDP). The state Chairman was late Bashorun Moshood Kashimawo Abiola. Osinowo was a four times honorable in the Lagos State house of assembly. Osinowo contested for a seat in the Lagos State House of Assembly for Kosofe constituency and won. In the February 23, 2019 Lagos East Senatorial District election, he was elected Senator, representing the Lagos East Senatorial District at the Nigerian National Assembly. He was subsequently appointed as the Chairman, Senate Committee on Industries.