Simeon Adewole Ademolake
Simeon Adewole Ademolake: Chairman of Newham Partnership for Supplementary Schools.
Mr. Ademolake is an accomplished Politician, Entrepreneur and a Pastor. He is the first elected Black Christian Democratic Councillor in British Electoral History. He is now an active Labour Party member.
Simeon is the founder of a 19 year old not-for-profit Supplementary School called Arise and Glow Supplementary School in Upton Park London, which provides educational support for ethnic minority children with over 3500 ethnic minority children supported already and the project is still ongoing. Arise and Glow was awarded Bronze followed by Silver Quality Frame Work Award by the National Resource Centre for Supplementary Schools in 2017. Presently Simeon is the Chairman of the Newham partnership for Supplementary School
Simeon started a successful menswear business with own label called "Simeon", which began with just £250 that now flourishes providing extra income for the most experienced and retired tailors around London. He has recently expanded this business into a Training School in North and East London.
As a law graduate, In March 2007, Simeon made National Head line, Captioned “Victory for Motorist” by the Evening Standard. He won a land mark case over London Transport’s attempt to illegally penalise motorist by issuing illegal parking ticket. The outcome of this case brought transparency into the parking law and the need for photographic evidence to be produced before a parking ticket is deemed valid nationally. Simeon in effect, is the reason why all parking attendant all over the Country must carry a digital photographic camera today. Simeon appeared on BBC Breakfast News enlighten motorist on their rights.
Since 2007, Simeon is the Pastor of The Redeemed Christian Church of God called Harvest Chapel situated in Upton Park London.