Ajiroba of Lagos, Rasheed Williams is dead, Sanwo-Olu reacts



The Ajiroba of Lagos, Chief Rasheed Williams, has passed away.

Williams died Monday morning and was buried in the afternoon in line with Islamic injunction.

Williams, a renowned socialite, was a member of Metropolitan Club, Yoruba Tennis Club and Eko Club, where he was the first president.

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Governor Sanwo-Olu, in a statement, said the deceased lived a good life and served humanity.

Sanwo-Olu recalled how Williams combined work and social life in a way that impacted the state and the nation positively.

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He said Willams served Lagos meritoriously as a member of the Constituent Assembly, representing the Lagos lsland Local Government.

“He also contributed his quota to the growth and development of Lagos in different capacities”, Sanwo-Olu noted.

The governor said the fifth Ajiroba of Lagos also distinguished himself in private practice as an administrator and insurance expert.

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He sent condolences to the family, friends and associates of Williams and prayed for his soul to find peace with God.


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