Top Nigerian businessman, Sunny Odogwu dies at 87

Top Nigerian businessman, Sunny Odogwu dies at 87

Wealthy Nigerian businessman, Sunny Odogwu is dead. He died in his home on Monday night. Born on March 20, 1931, in Calabar, Sunny Odogwu hails from D

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Wealthy Nigerian businessman, Sunny Odogwu is dead. He died in his home on Monday night. Born on March 20, 1931, in Calabar, Sunny Odogwu hails from Delta State and holds a high ranking traditional title of Ide Ahaba of Asaba. He had his secondary school education at Ilesha Grammar School, Osun state and thereafter joined an insurance firm to work as a trainee. The Delta-born high chief later travelled abroad for further studies.

Odogwu established the Sunny Iwedike Odogwu (SIO) Group of Companies, a firm with investment in property development, shipping, finance, industrial relations and hotel management. He also established Robert Dyson and Diket, an insurance brokerage firm. Odogwu was the publisher of now-defunct Post Express Newspapers. Survived by his wife, Theresa and nine children, he is an in-law to white loving businessman and boardroom guru, Otunba Subomi Balogun.