Obasa has been the speaker of the Lagos House of Assembly since 2015.
Mudashiru Obasa has been re-elected unanimously by the 39 lawmakers in the Lagos State House of Assembly to become the next speaker.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Obasa (APC-Agege I) was re-elected by his colleagues to lead the Lagos State House of Assembly as Speaker for the third consecutive time.
Obasa was unanimously re-elected after a proclamation of the Lagos 10th Assembly by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, his deputy, Dr Obafemi Hamzat, and other top government officials at the chamber of the House.
The lawmakers also elected Mojisola Meranda as the deputy speaker of the 10th Assembly.
Obasa, the most ranking member of the House, was nominated by Temitope Adewale, member representing Ifako-Ijaiye Constituency, and was seconded by Sylvester Ogunkelu, member representing Epe II Constituency.
Also, Noheem Adams, the deputy majority leader in the 9th Assembly, was elected as the new majority leader while Adedamola Kasunmu, member representing Ikeja Constituency II, was elected the deputy majority leader.
Mojeed Fatai, member representing Ibeju Lekki I Constituency, was elected as the chief whip while David Setonji , member representing Badagry II Constituency, was elected the deputy chief whip.