Dapo Sarumi

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Dapo Sarumi
Federal Minister for Information
In office
June 1999 – .
Succeeded by Jerry Gana
Personal details
Born Epe, Lagos State
Political party Social Democratic Party

Dapo Sarumi is a Nigerian politician from Lagos State.[1][2] He was the former minister for Information. In 1991, he contested the SDP gubernatorial primary but was later dis-qualified.

In late 2000, he was involved in a traffic accident and lost two of his ministerial aides.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Chief Dapo Sarumi debunks stroke tale". Encomium. November 19, 2014. 
  2. ^ Civil Liberties Organisation (Nigeria) (May 7, 2010). Annual Report on Human Rights in Nigeria. The Organisation, 1991, Indiana University. 
  3. ^ "Minister Loses Aides In Road Crash," Panafrican News Agency, December 27, 2000.