Karimu Oladele Latunji, distinguished Ibadan man, is dead.
He died Friday morning at the age of 92.
The death of K.O Latunji comes almost two days after his friend, Kola Daisi, celebrated 90th.
A legal luminary and community leader, he was born on 23rd September, 1930, Chief Karimu Oladele Latunji attended N.A. Olubadan School for his elementary education from 1939-1946 before moving to Ibadan Grammar School, for his secondary education from 1949-1954.
His quest for quality education, according to an opinion on Nigerian Tribune, further landed him at Holborn College of Law and Commerce in London from 1958-1960 and was at the same time an external student of the University of London in 1960.
The astute, learned fellow was called to the English bar in July 1962 and enrolled at the Supreme Court of Nigeria on the 4th October, 1962.
As a Barrister and Solicitor, Chief Latunji had a stint in legal practice from 1962-1963 with Chief Ayo Rosiji and Co and Chief Kola Daisi and Co. Today, Chief K.O. Latunji is a senior partner of Chief KO. Latunji and Co. Solicitors and Advocate and Notary Public, a firm of private legal practitioners based in Ibadan.