Senior Advocate of Nigeria and son of late Chief Rotimi Williams, Ladi Rotimi-Williams, SAN has passed away.
According to the deceased’s younger brother Chief Kayode Rotimi-Williams, Ladi Rotimi-Williams died in the early hours of Sunday from complications due to Covid-19. He was aged 74.
A credible source attested said late senior advocate was duly vaccinated.
Until his demise, Chief Ladi Rotimi-Williams was the Principal/ Founding Partner of Chief Ladi Rotimi-Williams’ Chambers. He was appointed as a member of the Constitutional Drafting Committee in 1988. He was also appointed Director of National Electric Power Authority (NEPA) and he served the corporation during his tenure. His service to other industries has seen him on the board of corporations such as UPS/IMNL and Mutual Benefits Assurance.
Rotimi-Williams was named a Senior Advocate of Nigeria in 1995. He was the first second generation SAN.
May his gentle soul rest in peace.