The House of Representatives member representing Oluyole Federal Constituency, Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, has tested positive for COVID-19.
A source close to the lawmaker disclosed to The Eagle Online that when the lawmaker tested positive, she informed people who she had come into contact with her and immediately went into isolation.
An active anti human trafficking advocate, Akande-Sadipe who is the Chairman House Committee on Diaspora, and at least one member of her family have tested positive for the deadly COVID 19 virus.
The source disclosed that the lawmaker and her family are currently asymptomatic and have been observing self isolation.
Investigation revealed that the lawmaker had not appeared at any public event since Wednesday 16th December, 2020.
She was not at any of the events to celebrate her late political mentor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, which took place a week ago.
Our source said Akande-Sadipe kept the information close to her heart and chose to recover in private, without any drama.
Our source also mentioned that the lawmaker had tested negative thrice as she was very concerned about the spread of the virus, and was constantly testing.