Toyin Saraki, the former first lady of Kwara State has remembered her late elder brother, Adegboyega Ojora, also known as Gbegi Ojora, 12 years after his sudden death.
The first son of corporate boardroom guru, Otunba Kunle Ojora and Erelu Ojuolape Ojora, Adegboyega died in April 2011. He drove himself to the First Consultant Hospital, Lagos, where he went for treatment after feeling uncomfortable with his breathing, but, unfortunately, didn’t leave the hospital alive.
Saraki posted old photographs of herself and Gbegi together when they were children and accompanied it with some verses from the Holy Bible that talked about the resurrection of Jesus Christ after his death. She revealed that his departure was temporary as there is hope that they would still meet again. Since his untimely departure at 51, his younger sister always takes out time to pay tribute to him on his death anniversary. The late Ojora had obtained a Bachelor degree and a Master’s degree in Law from the University of London and Cambridge University, England. He was the director of Interstate Securities Limited, 7up Bottling Company Limited, Phoenix Assurance and Evans Publishers Plc among other businesses before the unfortunate incident happened.