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Alani Folarin

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Alhaji Surajudeen Alani (1958-2018) was born to Mr Lasisi Adepoju Bello Folarin and Alhaja Aminat Ajiun Folarin. A philanthropist, vibrant business tycoon. Alhaji spent most of his splendid childhood with his four siblings at Erinpa Aiyetoro, Yewa North Local Government, Ogun State. After the death of his father, he left his hometown to study metal fabrication at a technical school in Lagos. Through his passion and drive for survival, he furthered his skills set to be an agent at the apapa Tincan Wharf, Lagos, where he expanded his business horizon to be a business tycoon and a philanthropist. Alhaji Alani Surajudeen Folarin was married to Mrs Ronke Falilat Folarin. He was survived by wife, five children, grand children,brother and sister. He was a religious with an uncanning respect of Allah, disciplined fun loving, dashing, an elegant man of taste

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Alhaji Surajudeen Alani (1958-2018) was born to Mr Lasisi Adepoju Bello Folarin and Alhaja Aminat Ajiun Folarin. A philanthropist, vibrant business tycoon. Alhaji spent most of his splendid childhood with his four siblings at Erinpa Aiyetoro, Yewa North Local Government, Ogun State. After the death of his father, he left his hometown to study metal fabrication at a technical school in Lagos. Through his passion and drive for survival, he furthered his skills set to be an agent at the apapa Tincan Wharf, Lagos, where he expanded his business horizon to be a business tycoon and a philanthropist. Alhaji Alani Surajudeen Folarin was married to Mrs Ronke Falilat Folarin. He was survived by wife, five children, grand children,brother and sister. He was a religious with an uncanning respect of Allah, disciplined fun loving, dashing, an elegant man of taste

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