13 Things You Should Know About Mojisola Alli-Macaulay, The Lagos Lawmaker That Has Got Nigerians Talking

Until Thursday, not many people knew the name Moji Alli-Macaulay or who she was.

The lawmaker who represents the Amuwo-Odofin 1 constituency of Lagos has been dragged and heavily criticised after her speech on social media regulation went viral.

During a plenary session on Thursday, October 29, 2020, in the aftermath of the EndSars protest, she said most Nigerian youths were high on drugs, a statement that got everyone talking.

A popular blogger called Gistlovers also alleged Mojisola had once beat up her own father in the past for an undisclosed reason and used COVID-19 palliative as souvenirs on her last birthday celebration with a photo as evidence.


Here are all the things you should know about her.

1. Mojisola Kehinde Alli-Macaulay was born on October 10, 1977, in Surulere, Lagos State.

2. She hails from Lagos Island.

3. She attended Festac Primary School and Subola Nursery and Primary school for her primary education between 1982-1990.

4. She attended Festac Girls High School and Navy Secondary School between 1990-1995.

5.Alli-Macaulay has a Diploma in Social Science from the Open University Milton Keynes, UK in 2003.

6. She bagged a degree in History and International Relations from Lagos State University in 2015.

7. Alli-Macaulay started her professional career as a Newscaster/Presenter at MITV/STAR FM.

8. She was also a Marketing Manager at D.R Marketing and Communications and a Senior Marketing Executive at Continental Broadcasting Service, owners of TVC/RC.

9. Her political career began in 2010 as a Ward Councillor.

10. She is also a former Deputy Leader, Amuwo Odofin Legislative Council

11. She is a member of the Lagos State Assembly representing Amuwo Odofin Local Government Constituency 1. She won the seat at the 2019 elections.

12. She is married with children.

 13. She is currently a 400level student of Law at the University of Lagos.

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  1. Why are People who were to Defend their people. Who literally begged for People to vote for them, should turn to be the Greatest Enemies of the People? Am highly disheartened. Highly Disappointed. But I don’t blame them. I blame those who sold their lives for N1,000 and Perhaps small palatives. I blame our mothers, especially those blinded by tribal sentiments, all in the name of ” Omo was ni !!!!” Your Dooms Day has come. We are stupid and miopic in our thoughts. How far my people? What’s your achievement. You are now slaves in your Land. Your pride has been strifted off your life, simply because of lack of knowledge and wisdom. Well, Alli- Maculay, your Days are numbered. It’s not longer business as usual. Whatever Goes up, will come Down, trust me. A New Army is on board. It’s PAYBACK TIME ????.