Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, sent the businessman’s family, friends, and acquaintances a message expressing President Muhammadu Buhari’s sympathies.
Balogun founded the First City Merchant Bank in 1983 and assiduously worked to promote the start-up and development of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, according to President Buhari, who claimed that Balogun lived ahead of his time.
Death of the FCMB Founder
Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, offered the businessman’s family, friends, and associates Buhari’s sympathies in a brief statement.
The illustrious person’s legacy of kindness and giving affected countless households, organizations, and communities, transforming lives through health, education, and a variety of chances for empowerment.
- Femi Adesina offered Buhari’s sympathies in a statement.
- Balogun was foresighted, wise, and diligent, leading to the success of the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
- Banker’s influence on leaders’ professional growth has been recognized.
By founding the First City Merchant Bank in 1983, which has expanded over the years and now has branches across the country, and by assiduously supporting the development and success of the Nigerian Stock Exchange, President Buhari claimed that Balogun lived ahead of his time. Balogun accomplished this by being foresighted, wise, and diligent.
The President pays attention to the numerous testimonies about the distinguished banker’s life and times, especially his significant influence on the professional growth of several brilliant leaders who have since created their investment platforms both inside and outside of the country.
President Buhari prayed that the All-Powerful God would receive the deceased’s soul and console all of his surviving family members.