Let’s talk about the full biography and net worth of late. Justice Titi Daibu from Kwara state, Nigeria. She was born to Nagode family in Ilorin Emirate.
Wikipedia Profile & Background
|Real Name:||Justice Safiya Titilayo Daibu|
|Other Name:||Justice Titi Daibu|
|Date of Birth:||1959|
|Age:||63 years old @ 2022|
|State of Origin:||Kwara State, Nigeria|
|Place of Birth:||Ilorin, Kwara State|
|Husband:||Barr. Lanre Daibu|
|Net Worth:||Under Est.|
|Parents:||Nagode family in the Ilorin Emirate|
Justice Titi Daibu Biography
Justice Safiya Titilayo Daibu was born in Ilorin, Kwara state to the family of Nagode family in Ilorin Emirate. She is married to, Barr. Lanre Daibu of Ikokoro family in the state. She passed away at Abuja Hospital.
How Old Is Justice Titi Daibu – Age
Late Justice Titi Daibu was born in the years, 1959. Her real date of birth and month of birth is really strict to us, but we promise to update this post when we have more details about her.
Where Is Justice Titi Daibu From – State of Origin
She was born in Ilorin, Kwara state. Kwara State is located in Western Nigeria, bordering Kogi State to the east, Niger State to the north, and Ekiti, Osun, and Oyo States to the south.
Parents – Father & Mother
She was born into the family of Nagode in the Ilorin Emirate.
Husband & Children
She got married to another Legal Practitioner, Barr. Lanre Daibu from Ikokoro family. They are happily married with beautiful children. Two of her children are also legal practitioners.
She rose through the ranks of the judiciary to become a Justice of the Kwara State High Court. She was set to become Kwara State’s next Chief Judge in February 2023. She died in Abuja Hospital, just hours after another legal icon and KWASU VC, Prof. Muhammed Akanbi SAN, was laid to rest.
Her net worth is under estimate.
The death of a retired State High Court Judge, Justice Titi Daibu, has thrown the Ilorin Emirate in Kwara State into mourning once more. The retired judge died on Monday in an Abuja hospital after a brief illness, according to news reports.
The death of the jurist comes just 24 hours after the death of the late Vice-Chancellor of Kwara State University, Professor Muhammed Mustapha Akanbi.
After a brief illness, Professor Muhammed Akanbi died on Sunday night in a Lagos hospital and was buried in Ilorin on Monday at his late father’s residence off Ahmadu Bello Way, GRA, Ilorin.
According to a program released in Ilorin on Monday, the late VC’s fidau has been scheduled for Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the same location where he was buried.