Olapade Agoro In Just One Life

Dr Olapade Agoro - An Achiever Beyond The Ordinary
Dr Olapade Agoro - An Achiever Beyond The Ordinary
  • Dr. Olapade Agoro was born on October 9, 1943 at Ajibabi village of Ibadan to Royal Prince of Atapami Dynasty of Itapa Ijesha, Late Omo-Oba Owa ‘Tapa Joshua Alaba Agoro and his wife Late Mother in Israel Dorcas Oyejola Asabi Agoro.
  • He was educated severally through Primary School, Secondary School, Enfield Training Centre, Colleges of Technology at Willesden London NW10 and Gateshead Co. Durham, California Western University, University of Ibadan and later California Coast University (CCU) ending up with a Doctorate Degree in Interdisciplinary Engineering.
  • In 1982, he was installed the Owa ‘Tapa of Itapa-Ijesha, an Obaship Traditional title.
  • He has appeared in so many interviews in print and electronic media worldwide and is currently one of the most read opinion readers in Nigeria.
  • He has creditably and successfully appeared in so many testy case trials as Litigant In Person in the UK, USA, and Nigeria courts ranging from Customary Court, Magistrate Court, High court of Justice, Court of appeal, Supreme Court, Crown court, House of Lords et al.
  • After having succeeded in promoting education management and at Nursery/Primary, Secondary and Business Schools, he is currently promoting Proposed Olapade Agoro Business University (OABU), first of its kind in Black Africa.



  1. Dear sir and good day baba pls help Nigerian in calling Mr president to stop this killings by his tribe men call herdsmen in this country, and as a Primate you can call the CAN to get together and pray against this insurgents.
    Thank you and God bless Nigeria


    Countless thanks to our presdintial candidate also our excutive president in 2023 (in national action council party)

    I really very glad to see and show your interest in political issues, Nigeria need hero like you to lead this country.

    millions of Nigerian graduate are unemploy, lack of social amenities in our country are uncountable and you are the driver to lead this journey to reach our destination (you are the one to weap Nigerian tears)

    From your son,

    Mu’azu Adamu

    Jigawa state.

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