Oladipupo Olatunde Adebutu is a Nigerian politician from Ogun State. At the Age of 30, he won his seat in the National Assembly in 1992 where he represented the Remo Federal Constituency under the umbrella of the now defunct Social Democratic Party (SDP).
NAME: Oladipupo Olatunde Adebutu
DATE OF BIRTH: 25 February 1962
PLACE OF BIRTH: Ogun state
EDUCATION: He began his primary education at the International Day Nursery school, Yaba and went on to further his education at St. Saviours Primary School, Oke-Ira, Ebute-Metta and Igbobi College where he obtained his West African School Certificate in 1978.
He completed his educational career in Ireland where he obtained an Irish Leaving Certificate in 1980 and an Irish National Certificate in 1983. In 1984, he obtained an Irish National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry.
CAREER AND PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES: In 2007, Adebutu was appointed as Commissioner II in Ogun State. As a result of his dedicated service, he was upgraded to Commissioner I where he played major roles in the training and upgrading local government officers in the Local Government Service Commission.