Philanthropist lawyer, Kayode Ajulo, on the move again
Growing under the care of a father who ran a bookshop and a seamstress mother, little Kayode was exposed to lot of great people, mostly giants in the legal profession who patronised his father.
As little as Kayode was, however, he admired these individuals and took them as his role models, just as he vowed to also become a noble personality in society, and as fate would be fair to him, Kayode is today not just making great exploits in the legal world, but his impactful living, contribution to growth of the nation and inspiring personality has made him nothing short of a noble and popular individual.
Aside from sitting atop one of the most flourishing law chambers with unarguably the most preferred ambience in the federal capital city and other offices abroad, he has risen to becoming national secretary of a leading political party in the country and at various times saddled with national assignments.
The most recent of such is as a member of the committee set up to find a lasting solution to the incessant crisis between the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) and the Federal Government.