In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 13th, August, 2020

Widespread Lagos Socialite, Folarin Coker, Is Lifeless

Popular Lagos Socialite, Folarin Coker, Is Dead

Folarin Coker

Folarin Coker

In line with The PUNCH, the favored Lagos socialite, Chief Nathaniel Folarin Coker, is useless.

Coker handed away on Wednesday in Lagos after a short sickness on the age of 97.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, described the passing of the late Coker as an incredible loss to the state and Nigeria as an entire.

Sanwo-Olu, in a condolence message signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Gboyega Akosile, on Thursday, mentioned the late Folarin Coker was one of many front-runners within the race in direction of making Lagos a number one State in Nigeria and the West Africa sub-region.

The Governor mentioned the late Coker’s contributions to the State’s public service as Everlasting Secretary in several ministries are exemplary.

He mentioned the deceased mixed work and social life in a means that impacted the State positively.

He mentioned, “the late Folarin Coker lived an excellent life. His demise, although an incredible loss to our pricey State, ought to be celebrated. He served Lagos meritoriously as a public servant in varied capacities, contributing his quota to the expansion narratives of Lagos.

“The late Chief Coker was additionally a socialite of word. I do not forget that as a younger man, I at all times admired his candour every time he spoke at social gatherings. He was a illustration of the true spirit of Lagos.

“His service to our pricey State as Everlasting Secretary took him to numerous ministries resembling Training; Youth, Sports activities and Social Growth, Commerce, Mines and Pure Assets in addition to the ministry of knowledge and tourism, the place he contributed meaningfully to the higher and greater Lagos narrative.

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“I pray for his soul to seek out peace along with his creator. Could God grant the household the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.”

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