KOFO DAVID is Labour’s candidate for councillor in Clissold ward for the by-election on December 12.
He is deeply involved in Hackney as a community activist, and is Vice-Chair of Governors at St Mary Church of England School where his children attend. He is also a Governor at the East London NHS Foundation Trust.
His interests include environmental sustainability, mental health, knife crime, immigration, socio-economic inequality and better education.
Kofo obtained a distinction in his Masters of Law and is currently training to be a Barrister.
He commented: ‘I feel privileged to be selected as Labour’s candidate and if elected, I look forward to working with the existing Labour Councillor team to serve ward residents.’ He added: ‘Your priorities are our priorities.’
Philip Glanville, Mayor of Hackney, said: “Kofo will make an excellent hard-working Labour councillor.”
If elected as councillor for Clissold ward, Kofo David will be joining the existing Clissold Labour councillor team of Sade Etti and Sophie Cameron. ‘We’re looking forward to working with Kofo on behalf of Clissold ward residents,’ said Sophie.
If you live in Clissold ward, you will have two votes on December 12 – one for MP and one for councillor. Use them both for Labour.
Find out more at Clissold@hackney-labour.org.uk