Nigerian entrepreneur and publisher of the defunct 3rd Eye Newspaper, Main Akanni Aluko, has handed on.
A supply shut to the household advised SaharaReporters that Aluko died on Friday, July 1 at the College College or university Hospital in Ibadan, the Oyo State funds.
The 78-12 months-previous entrepreneur was reported to have been battling an undisclosed ailment for some time.
Aluko was the Chairman of Island Club and Superior Chief in Ilesha, Osun State, Nigeria.
He was a geologist and the only baby of Mrs Adedoja Aluko from Ogbomoso, Oyo State.
He was the father of Kola Aluko, a Nigerian power small business magnate with passions in African infrastructure development and aviation. Kola Aluko is the Co-Chief Officer and an Government Director of Atlantic Power, an indigenous, private upstream oil and fuel company, targeted on independent exploration and generation in Nigeria.
Kola Aluko was ranked by Forbes Africa as a person of the 40 richest Africans, as well as provided in the Top rated 10 record of Thriving African Business people to Comply with on Twitter.
The New African Journal (November 2013 concern) involved Aluko in their 100 Most Influential Africans listing and difficulty.
In March, Kolawole Akanni Aluko, shed his bid to reclaim some of his assets forfeited to the Nigerian Authorities about alleged corruption and funds laundering.
Amid the assets seized is a mansion in Abuja which the Economic and Financial Crimes Fee (EFCC) said was valued at about $18 million.
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