In a significant development for the political landscape of Kogi State, Hon. Juwon Demas Olorunnipa, popularly known as Jumabee, has recently been appointed to a key position in the All Progressives Congress (APC) State Campaign Council. His appointment comes as part of the campaign for the ODODO/JOEL Mandate 2023. This move has generated quite a buzz, with many eager to see how Jumabee’s expertise in entertainment will translate into his new role in politics

Jumabee’s journey in the entertainment world has been nothing short of remarkable. He has not only created a name for himself but has also been a positive influence on the youth of Kogi State. His dedication to his craft and his community has not gone unnoticed. It’s this dedication and passion for Kogi that have led to his appointment in the APC State Campaign Council.

As an SSA (Special Senior Adviser) on Entertainment in Kogi State, Jumabee demonstrated his commitment to fostering the creative arts in the region. However, his recent appointment in the APC State Campaign Council signals a shift in his focus towards the realm of politics.

Jumabee’s appointment represents a bridge between the entertainment industry and politics in Kogi State. His unique position allows him to bring fresh perspectives to the political landscape.

Jumabee’s popularity among the youth can be leveraged to engage and mobilize young voters. His influence could play a pivotal role in shaping the political future of the state.

With his background in entertainment and a deep understanding of public relations, Jumabee may bring innovative campaign strategies to the APC State Campaign Council. Creative approaches to outreach and engagement could be on the horizon.

Jumabee’s appointment aligns with the ODODO/JOEL Mandate 2023. This mandate promises progress and development for Kogi State. Jumabee’s involvement in the campaign underscores his commitment to these goals

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