Oluwaseni Saraki, the son of Senate President, Oluwabukola Saraki is gradually becoming a full grown man and very soon, he would be stepping into his father’s shoes.
Seni as many prefer to call him is the first son of Senator Saraki, the two term governor of Kwara state. He’s also a lawyer by profession and also a budding rapper who has flair for music despite being a trained lawyer.
In his early twenties, Seni recently finished from the Nigerian Law School, Lagos Campus, and was recently named the Chairman of the Abubakar Bukola Saraki Football Club (ABS FC). The team, which is owned by his influential father, is based in Ilorin, the capital of Kwara State, is part of the Nigeria National League (NNL).
And away from his aforementioned status, the gist flying around in town is that Seni has decided to walk in his father’s footsteps after so much persuasion from his father. Last year, it was alleged that his dad presented him to run for the seat of House of Reps in Kwara Sate, but he was rejected by the ruling party, APC, because he was too young for the role.
However, the latest news is that Seni who was based in the UK, has recently relocated to the country so as to enable him learn the act of politics. He was recently spotted at one of the biggest malls in Kwara state doing charity work by paying for other people’s purchase which a lot of people believed to be a publicity stunt pulled by his father to create awareness for the young lad.