How did Otunba Subomi die? First City Monument Bank (FCMB) founder dies at 89

We are saddened to inform you that the founder of First City Monument Bank and Olori Omoba from Ijebuland has passed away. Yes, you heard right, Otunba Subomi is dead. Otunba Michael Olssubomi Balogun no longer exists. How did he die or what happened to Otunba Subomi? Ever since the news of Otunba Subomi’s death broke, people have been invading the Internet and searching for Otunba Subomi’s disease. However, countless people have also paid tribute to him on social media. Many questions prevail in people’s minds after learning about the passing of Otunba Michael Olssubomi Balogun. However, we have answered all the imperative questions of our readers. Please stay with this page until you read it to the end. Drag down the page and read more details.

Otunba Subomi

First of all, who confirmed the news of the death of Otunba Michael Olssubomi Balogun? His family reportedly claimed the First City Monument Bank founder passed away on Friday morning while he was in London. Otunba Michael Olssubomi Balogun was Otunba Tunwase from Ijebuland. At what age did he depart from this life? His family confirmed that Oyunba Balogun was 89 years old when he passed away. Scroll down the page and read more details.

Morayo Afolabi Brown recently said that Otunba Subomi Balogun was a friend of my father. They were contemporaries. During the 10 years of my father’s illness that led to his death, Otunba was always a pillar of support. Mom told me that sometimes she would come over on Sundays and wait outside until she and Dad came home from church. I was spending time with my dad who had a stroke and couldn’t talk. He just sits there and has a one way conversation with dad. When he leaves, he will give my mom some money. He was a friend who never abandoned Alao Aka-Bashorun. Rest well, sir. I join his family, loved ones and the nation at large in mourning the passing of an icon and a great man. May his soul rest in peace. Scroll down the page.

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Otunba Subomi

Otunba Subomi Balogun was born in Ijebu Ode on March 9, 1934. He studied at Igbobi College and obtained his law degree from the London School of Economics. After completing his law degree, he returned to his native country and joined the Western Region Ministry of Justice and became Crown Counsel. Little by little he became a parliamentary adviser. Stay tuned to this website for more details.

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