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Tuesday , 18 September 2018

FCMB Chairman Subomi Balogun Loses Mother Of His First Son

Bolaji the first son of respected man of wealth Otunba Subomi Balogun is bereaved.

He just lost his mother, Prof Oluwale Dorcas Osisanya.

The deceased is the first wife of Otunba Balogun – and naturally, he shares in the pains of the loss as well.

But departed is not the mother of Ladi Balogun, the more popularly son of Otunba Balogun.

Ladi’s mother is Olori Adetutu, the current wife of the founder of First City Monument Bank.

Reports monitored on news platform thecapital however revealed the late mother of Bolaji, the front man at Chapel Hill Denham – one of the nation’s foremost investment banking experts- has since been buried.

And Bolaji burying the anguish of the loss in his work.

A couple of weeks back, the final burial ceremony of Professor (Mrs) OluwalemDorcas Osisanya was held in Lagos. The deceased was the mother of Bolaji Balogun, the first son of Otunba Subomi Balogun, the chairman of First City Monument Bank, FCMB.

A tested and accomplished investment banker and financial guru, Bolaji Balogun is the CEO of financial advisory services firm, Chapel Hill Denham. He is married to beautiful Kemi, the beautiful daughter of veteran journalist, poet, playwright and author, Frank Aig-Imoukhuede, and the younger sister of Aigboje Aig-Imoukhuede, the former Managing Director of Access Bank and immediate past president of the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Bolaji and Kemi Balogun, ably supported by their close friends and family members saw to it that their beloved mother got a most befitting burial.

Here are pictures from the event.




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