BEVERLY HILLS, May 16, (THEWILL) – These are certainly the best of times in the household of Olori Sola Alao nee Adedoyin, as the former bank chief, now the Olori of Orile Igbon Kingdom, was recently delivered of a set of male twins nearly 20 years after she had her first son.
Sola, who gave birth to baby boys at Shady Grove Medical Centre in Maryland USA, couldn’t be happier at welcoming the children with her husband, who from all indications, has succeeded in bringing back the missing spark in her life.
At one point in her life, Sola, who is the daughter of wealthy industrialist, Chief Samuel Adedoyin, must have thought that the heavens had abandoned her as she battled a series of unfortunate events in her life. First, she was diagnosed with breast cancer which compelled her to seek medical intervention outside the shores of this country.
No sooner had she returned to the country, than she became a regular guest of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for the monumental fraud being perpetuated at her family’s bank, City Express Bank. She was eventually kicked out as the managing director/CEO and the bank liquidated. While that was going on, her only son was diagnosed with brain cancer that nearly terminated his life.
Shortly after the bank closed shop, Sola went into hibernation and never made any public appearance until the news of her second marriage to Oba Francis Alao, the Olugbon of Orile Igbon in Oyo State in 2017 was made public. Sola, who was previously married to a certain Mr Adeoti, a clergyman with the Redeemed Christian Church of God, before it ended, due to irreconcilable differences, didn’t think she would give marriage a second chance until she met Oba Alao, who swept her off her feet. Suddenly the heaviness that hung over her disappeared. She regained her groove and glowed from within. Oba Alao, who is the Deputy Chairman of Oyo State Council of Traditional Rulers, made her see life worth living again. With the arrival of her bundles of joy, one can’t deny that her joy is certainly full and overflowing.