8 American-Nigerians Who Won US Mid Session Elections
November 10, 2022
Nigeria’s Consul-General in New York said the triumph of the eight American-Nigerians who won US mid session elections showed the doggedness of Nigerians to survive everywhere.
The eight Nigerian-American politicians won the legislative offices in the United States midterm elections in the following districts. They won seats in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and the District of Columbia (DC)
The Nigerian winners of midterm elections: Gabe Okoye won Georgia State Representative, District 102; Segun Adeyina won Georgia State Representative, District 110.
Tish Naghise won Georgia State Representative, District 68; Phil Olaleye is Georgia State Representative in District 59.
Carol Kazeem is Pennsylvania State Representative, District 159; Oye Owolewa, U.S. House of Representatives (Shadow Representative) in Washington D.C.
Solomon Adesanya, now Georgia State Representative in District 43; Esther Agbaje was reelected as Minnesota State Representative in District 59B.
To celebrate their latest feat in the US poll, the chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, took to Twitter on Wednesday to share the news with a picture frame of the eight winners which consists of five males and three females.