A member of Osun state House of Assembly, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, has said that the election of Toni Iwobi, an Italian man of Nigerian origin as a senator in the industrial city of Brasca, Italy is an indicator of an end to racism.
He said the 62-year-old, who was born in Gussau, Northern Nigeria, migrated to Italy some 40 years ago and was elected as a councillor in 1995 has demonstrated a high level of integrity which earned him the election.
Honourable Oyintiloye urge you the new Senator Toni Iwobi to keep the flag flying and give his best in eradicating human trafficking, slavery and racism among other trans-border crimes internationally.
Toni Iwobi, a Nigerian IT entrepreneur who has spent 38 years in Italy became the first black senator in the European country after serving as the chief immigration spokesman for the far-right League party. the first black senator in the European country after serving as the chief immigration spokesman for the far-right League party.
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