Will Gbemi Saraki Take Another Shot At Matrimony?
Senator Gbemisola Saraki, daughter of the late strongman of Kwara politics, Dr. Olusola Saraki, and younger sister of the new Senate President, Dr. Bukola Saraki, is beauty personified. She is one of the few women whose beauty would make any full-blooded man drool. So many features, including her curvature, come-hither-look, figure and infectious smile can make any man weak on his knees. No one sees her without taking a pause to appreciate her God-given endowments.
However, since her marriage with Segun Fowora collapsed many years ago, the top politician and mother of three has since remained single. Her ex-husband, Fowora, who hails from Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, has since remarried, but the beautiful lady has refused to give matrimony another shot.
It will be recalled that shortly before her 50th birthday on May 3, rumour went the round that Saraki, who has since decamped to the ruling party, APC, might use the occasion to introduce the man she intends to spend the rest of her life with. But the elegant woman shocked all when the part was excluded from the programme of the colourful event. Society Happenings gathered that the frontline politician from Kwara state has not ruled out taking another shot at matrimony and may in fact unveil the man who has captured her heart soon.
She was first elected into the House of Representatives in 1999 to represent Asa/Ilorin West Federal Constituency, Kwara State and was later elected to represent the People's Democratic Party in the Central Senatorial District of Kwara State in April 2003. She contested for governorship election in the state in 2011 and 2014, but failed to make any meaningful impact apart from her father's intimidating political structures and followership in the state. She also commands large grassroots followership because of her love for the poor and the lowly people in the society.
The light-skinned beauty attended the University of Sussex in the United Kingdom and earned a first degree in Economics. She did her mandatory National Youth Service Corps scheme, (NYSC), at the Nigeria Bank for Commerce and Industry, Lagos and thereafter worked for the Societe Generale Bank (Nigeria) as Head of Money Markets before becoming Head of Domiciliary Accounts. From 1994 to 1999, she was Executive Director, Ashmount Insurance Brokers, Lagos.
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