Kayode Alabi is the current Deputy Governor of Kwara State, under the leadership of Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, on the platform of All Progressives Congress. He was appointed the Head of the COVID-19 Technical Committee in Kwara State. Alabi is an entrepreneur and education consultant.
He was born on 1st August 1963 in Oro-Ago, Kwara State into the family of late Mr Yahaya Samuel Alabi and Mrs Ena Alabi, who is 93 years of age. Alabi is the third child of his parents; he has two elder brothers (Femi and Dele), and a younger sister, Modupe. He is a Christian, married to Mrs Abieyuwa Tokunbo Alabi, and they are blessed with two children.
|Hot Wings Foods and Investment Limited||Chief Executive Officer|
|Bayview Oil and Gas Limited||Chief Executive Officer|
|Little Tots School, Lagos State||Chairman|
|Vantage Heights Nursery and Primary School, Lagos State||Chairman|
|Marketing Concept Limited||Founder/Marketing Consultant|
|Bastone and Firminger||Sales Representative||1991-1996|
|Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna State||Part-time lecturer, Marketing Department||1988-1989|
|Beba Consult (Marketing Consultants), Kaduna State||1987-1989|
Oro-Ago, Kwara State
1st August 1963
All Progressives Congress
Deputy Governor, Kwara State (since 2019)
Alabi ran on the same APC governorship ticket with AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq in the 2019 general elections. They emerged winners, making Alabi the Deputy Governor of Kwara State. A few months after he was sworn into office, Alabi was appointed by Governor AbdulRazaq as the head of the COVID-19 Technical Committee in Kwara State. He is also the Chairman of the Kwara State Aids Control Agency (KWASACA), an intergovernmental agency set up to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS in Kwara State.
He will be contesting to retain his current position as the deputy governor of Kwara State in the 2023 election
Awards & Honours
- Under his leadership of KWASACA, the agency has resuscitated over 900 healthcare facilities for combating HIV/AIDS in Kwara State. It has also successfully brought down the prevalence rate to one per cent HIV prevalence rate, even below the national average of 1.5 per cent.