Ex NFF boss, Kojo Anthony Williams clocks 60  

Ex NFF boss, Kojo Anthony Williams clocks 60  

Former boss of the Nigeria Football Association, now Nigeria Football Federation, Kojo Anthony Williams has joined the Sexagenarian club. No stranger

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Former boss of the Nigeria Football Association, now Nigeria Football Federation, Kojo Anthony Williams has joined the Sexagenarian club. No stranger to the limelight, Kojo in his younger days was a party animal, the quintessential socialite who serenaded women with his good looks, physique, suave manners, impeccable style, charm and passion for football. Having been out of the social scene for quite a while, it would come as a surprise to many if he decides to throw the mother of all shindigs to ring in his new age.

Born to the late Chief Sebastian Babatunde Williams, a sports-loving business mogul and philanthropist, Kojo Anthony Williams used to be married to the dark-skinned and lovely Dr. Remilekun Williams, a dentist. The union, which produced four children, came to an abrupt end about ten years ago. The end of the marriage also led to his dumping the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) where he served as a deacon over what he termed the ‘Hanky-panky spiritual meddlesomeness’ in his private life.

Now a full blown Catholic (Charismatic), Kojo later remarried, seven years after, to ex-US marine expert, Isidora, the mixed-race daughter of the Akarigbo of Remo Land, Oba Michael Adeniyi Sonariwo. Unfortunately, the union, like his first marriage, did not stand the test of time and the duo parted ways.

A colourful character and a man of vast means, not much of Kojo has been seen in recent times. And to top it all, he is yet to try the marriage institution again.