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Dapo Ojora, a socialite and one of the sons of board room guru, Otunba Adekunle Ojora and Erelu Ojuolape Ojora is dead.
Dapo, reportedly shot himself in the head yesterday evening according to sources . The Former Senate President Dr. Bukola Saraki announced his demise in a post early Saturday on his verified social media handle.
“The Ojora Family of Lagos sadly regrets to inform of the death of our dearly beloved son, brother, uncle and father, Omo-Oba Adedapo Adelanke Abdulfatah Ojoro on Friday 11th December, at his Ikoyi Lagos residence.
Saraki, an inlaw of the deceased continued, “We are grateful to the Lagos State Police Command for immediatel commending an investigation into the circumstances of his death -the outcome of which we await”, he added.
The late elder brother of Saraki’s wife, Toyin, had allegedly escaped death sometime ago when he had a ghastly power bike accident, he was also said to be having financial troubles..
A former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, mourned Dapo’s death on Friday via his Twitter handle, @realFFK. He was, however, silent about the circumstances surrounding his death.
Fani-Kayode wrote, “Devastated to hear about the passing of my brother Dapo Ojora just 9 years after we lost Gbegi his older brother. I knew Daps for 50 years & we played polo together. He was one of the kindest souls that I ever had the honour of being close to. He was a trailblazer! RIP brother.”
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