In a statement signed by Ms F.R.A Williams, Ladi Rotimi-Williams, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, “died in the early hours of Sunday, 3rd October 2021.”
Born on December 1st, 1946, the legal icon, who would have clocked 75 in December, according to the family, “leaves a legacy of integrity and service to humanity, the legal profession and the nation at large.”
The statement reads in part: “We regret to announce the demise of our Principal and Father Chief Ladi Rotimi-Williams SAN, which took place in the early hours of Sunday, October 3rd 2021. “Chief Ladi Rotimi-Williams SAN leaves a legacy of integrity and service to humanity, the legal profession and the nation at large.
“The family and Law Firm are grieved by his passing. The calls, condolence messages and concerns we have received are appreciated.
“The family and Law Firm have opened a condolence register at our Chambers in Victoria Island Lagos for the public (Covid19 protocols to be observed).
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