Son of late legal luminary, Rotimi Williams, Ladi, dies from COVID19 complications

The family of late legal icon, Chief Rotimi Williams, has been thrown into mourning as one of his sons, Ladi, passed away today, October 3.


Late Ladi died around 3am this morning at St. Nicholas Isolation Hospital from COVID.

Confirming the sad news to The Nation, the younger brother of the deceased, Chief Kayode Rotimi-Williams, said

“I just lost my elder brother, Chief Ladi Rotimi-Williams (aged 74+) to coronavirus. He passed on at 3am this morning.”


Until his death, Ladi who became a Senior Advocate of Nigeria SAN in 1995, was the principal/ founding partner of Chief Ladi Rotimi-Williams’ Chambers. He was appointed as a member to the Constitutional Drafting Committee in 1988. He was also appointed a director of the National Electric Power Authority (NEPA).


His service to other industries has seen him on the board of corporations such as UPS/IMNL and Mutual Benefits Assurance.


May his soul rest in peace, Amen.


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