Cllr Ezeajughi became the First Citizen of Brent at the Annual Meeting of Brent Council's Mayor Making Ceremony which took place at Brent Civic Centre. The event was attended by councillors from across the borough, as well as representatives from Brent's voluntary and community organisations. Cllr Lia Colacicco, who represents Mapesbury ward, was also elected as Deputy Mayor.
Born in Nigeria, Anambra state, he studied Science at Nnamadi Azikiwe University, earning a Bachelor's degree.
Following this, he worked briefly in the family business and has lived in Brent since moving to the UK in 2004.
After gaining a Master of Science at Kings College London, he has worked for several organisations including Public Health England and he currently works for the Medicine and Healthcare Regulatory Authority (MHRA) and also the Royal Mail.
He was elected councillor for the Stonebridge ward in May 2014 and was re-elected in May 2018.
Cllr Ezeajughi is married with four children.
The Mayor will be supporting two charities during his year in office:
The new Mayor of Brent said:
"It is an amazing privilege and honour to be appointed as Mayor of Brent and to serve this great borough that I have called home since 2004. I gained inspiration from my late Dad to get involved in local politics. In my Mayoral year I hope to be able to work with all of Brent's rich and diverse communities. I look forward to raising money for my two amazing local charities for the year."
Residents can keep up with the Mayor's official engagements and visits around Brent by following his Twitter feed: @mayorofbrent or on Instagram @mayorofbrent
Watch video of the Mayor making ceremony 2019