It Is Iwo's Turn to Produce Osun Governor


By: Adisa Kabiru Adeniyi Kulukulu, FCA

Other major communities like Ilesa, Ede, Osogbo, Ila, Okuku and Ife in the state of Osun have produced either governor or deputy governor, it is now the turn of Iwoland son/daughter to occupy the number one seat.

Isiaka Adeleke (Ede) January 1992 to November 1993 under Social Democratic Party: His deputy was Prince Adesuyi Hastrub (Ilesha)
Bisi akande (Ila Orangun) 29 May 1999 to 29 May 2003 under Alliance for Democracy: His deputy was Iyiola omisore (Ile Ife) then Prince Sooko Adeleke Adewoyin (Ile Ife)

Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola (Okuku) 29 May 2003 to 26 November 2010 under Peoples Democratic Party: His deputy was Erelu Olusola Obada (Ilesa)
Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola (Ilesa) 26 Nov 2010 till date. His deputy is Otunba (Mrs.) Grace Titilayo Laoye.

26 years after the state’s creation Iwoland deserved a shot at the highest political office in the state. The quest for an Iwolandmanian as governor can only be achieved through unity of purpose, sensitization, networking with other sub-groups and fielding of credible candidates across all the major political parties.

Meet Kabiru Adisa

Kabiru Adisa Adeniyi Kulukulu is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountant of Nigeria and a celebrated community developer.


   Adisa has two decades of corporate experience; having worked with companies including ZOOM MOBILE (RELTEL WIRELESS), Satek Nigeria Limited, Solid Homes Limited, Stallion Home Savings and Loan Limited.
    He presently works with Dangote Cement PLC, Ibese as Management and Cost Accountant-Ibese Plant.


    Adisa was born on 20th January, 1975 into a large and influential Fojugbagi family in Iwo, Osun State. His father, Alhaji Adisa Kulukulu was a notable Iwo-born businessperson and politician. In a yet to be published biography of his father, Adisa describes how his relationship with his father shaped his worldview and inspired him to work hard.