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Adetunji Olurin Biography: 11 Things You Should Know About Former Oyo Military Governor

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A former Military Administrator of Oyo State, Brigadier General Adetunji Idowu Olurin (rtd) is dead.

He died on Friday at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital after a brief illness, a statement signed by the Olurin family said.

General Adetunji Idowu Olurin (rtd) is dead. Read about Oyo former military Governor, Age, Death, Family, Wiki, Date of birth

Here facts you need to know about former military Governor Of Oyo State, Olurin

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  1. Adetunji Idowu Ishola Olurin mni (born December 3, 1944.
  2. General Adetunji Idowu Olurin is reportedly dead at 78.
  3. was born at Ilaro to the Chief M. A. O. Olurin, the Agoro of Ilaro, and Madam Abigail Fola Olurin.
  4. He was a retired one-star general in the Nigerian Army who was a former military Governor of Oyo State and Field Commander of ECOMOG Peacekeeping Force in Liberia from 1992 to 1993 during the First Liberian Civil War. NGNEWS247.COM
  5. Olurin is a member of People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Nigeria. He was administrator of Ekiti State from October 8, 2006 until April 27, 2007.
  6. He was educated at Egbado College (now Yewa College), and attended the Technical College, Ibadan (now Ibadan Polytechnic) in 1966. He became a trainee at the Times Press in Apapa, Lagos .
  7. Olurin enrolled into the Nigerian Army in 1967 as an officer cadet of the 3rd Regular Course where he obtained his NDACE (Nigerian Defence Academic of Education) and was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Nigerian Army in March, 1970.
  8. He was Deputy Defence Adviser to the Nigerian High Commission in India (1975–1978) with the rank of major.
  9. In 2006, he was appointed the Chancellor of the First University of Education in Nigeria, TASUED by Governor Gbenga Daniel of Ogun State.
  10. Olurin died earlier in the day of an undisclosed illness at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi Araba, Lagos.
  11. The late Brig.-Gen Olurin is survived by his wife, Mrs Kehinde Olurin, two sons Babatunde and Olumide Olurin, daughter-in-law, Fehintola Olurin and grandson Demilade Olurin.

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