Olukemi Olufunto Badenoch is a member of the British Conservative Party and represents the constituency of Saffron Walden.

She was a supporter of Brexit in the referendum that took place in 2016, and in 2017, she was elected to the House of Commons. Between the years 2021 and 2022, she held the position of Minister of State for Local Government and Equalities.

She resigned from her position in the cabinet in July 2022 and ran for the position of leader of the Conservative Party to succeed Boris Johnson in the election that year.

She was born and had her education in Nigeria, but when she was 16 she decided to come to the United Kingdom to live with a friend of her mother’s since the political and economic climate in Nigeria was becoming increasingly unstable.

During her first address, she said that she was “to all intents and purposes a first-generation immigrant,” despite the fact that she was born in the United Kingdom and hence a citizen of that country.

Who is Kemi Badenoch’s Husband Hamish Badenoch?

Kemi Badenoch’s spouse is named Hamish Badenoch, and the couple has been blessed with three children: two daughters and a boy.

Hamish worked for Deutsche Bank Between the years 2014 and 2018, he was a member of the Conservative Party on Merton Borough Council.

During that period, the residents of Wimbledon Village chose him to represent them. In addition to this, during the general election in Northern Ireland in 2015, he ran as a candidate for the Conservative Party of Northern Ireland and sought, but eventually failed, to win the seat of Foyle.

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