Last week, Ladi Williams, the first son of foremost Nigerian lawyer, the late Chief FRA Williams, died of COVID-19 complications.
He died without living to witness the end of the feud between him and his siblings of same parents over their father’s estate.
Below are the properties left behind by their late father….enough to possess, share and do give away with….
THE PROPERTIES OF THE LATE CHIEF FRA WILLIAMS CAUSING ALL THE TROUBLES
IMMOVABLE PROPERTIES WITHIN LAGOS STATE
Palm Groove House, 3, Shagamu Avenue, Ilupeju, Lagos.
1, Shagamu Avenue, Ilupeju, Lagos (bungalow).
10, Shagamu Avenue, Ilupeju, Lagos (bungalow).
2 blocks of 16 flats at Plot 299, Akin Olugbade Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Expanse of land at Agungi/Ajiran, Lagos State and otherwise known as Ojomu chieftaincy land, about 13 hectares.
5, Campos Street, Lagos Island, Lagos.
IMMOVABLE PROPERTIES OUTSIDE LAGOS STATE
A property at 1, Rotimi Williams Avenue, Bodija Estate, Ibadan.
20, Asheen Green Cambridge, United Kingdom
Proceeds of sale of 4-bedroom flat at High Street, Kensington, England.
2 Rolls Royce cars
1 Daimler Limousine car
I Mercedes E Class black station wagon car
Mercedes 600 V.12
Shares standing in the name of Chief FRA Williams, SAN, CFR amounting to N26,379,7487,749.00 as at November 23, 2005.
9,920,000 shares in United Investment Limited
Books and office equipment including furniture, in Chief Rotimi Williams Chambers, Palm Groove House, Ilupeju, Lagos, acquired before March 26, 2005.
Current account and Domiciliary account in UBA, Ilupeju branch
Current account and Domiciliary account in Zenith Bank Plc
Current account and Domiciliary account in First Bank Nig. Plc
Current account and Domiciliary account in Union Bank of Nig. Plc
Current account in Westminster Bank of England
Current account in Barclays Bank of England
Current account and Domiciliary account at
Funds standing to the credit of the estate at Barclays Bank, Jersey, United Kingdom.
One million pounds sterling deposit in National West Bank, United Kingdom.