Femi Fourscore (Olufemi Osibona) Biography, Early Life, Age, Family, Education, Career And Death

Olufemi Osibona Biography

Olufemi Osibona was a Nigerian businessman and real estate developer.

He is the Managing Director/CEO of Fourscore Homes, a company that specializes in the building of choice properties in different parts of the world. Prior to his venturing into real estate development, Fmi ran a shoes and suits business.
Femi Fourscore has been on the news after being revealed as the owner of the 21-storey building that collapsed recently in Ikoyi, Lagos State.
We'd be seeing Olufemi Osibona's biography, date of birth, age, early life, family, parents, spouse, children, education, career, net worth, houses, cars, social media handles and everything else you'd love to know about him.
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Olufemi Osibona Profile

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Full names: Olufemi Adegoke Osibona
Nickname: Femi Fourscore
Born: 1966
Died: November 2021
Age: 55 years (2021)
Place of birth: Ogun State, Nigerian
Nationality: Nigerian
Education: Croydon University, United Kingdom
Marital status: Married
Children: Four
Occupation: Businessman, real estate developer
Net worth

Femi Fourscore Biography and Educational Background

Born in 1966, Olufemi Osibona is a native of Ikenne in Ogun State. He had his primary education in Lagos State, before moving to Ogun State where he enrolled at the popular Mayflower School in Ikenne.

Upon obtaining his SSCE, he travelled to the United Kingdom for his university education. He graduated with a degree in Business and Finance from the prestigious Croydon University.


In 1991, Olufemi Adegoke Osibona started a shoes and suits business. After running for a few years, in 1997 he decided to venture into real estate business in London.

He is said to be the first African developer to construct a seven-storey building, located at 113, Albion Drive, London Fields, E8, 4LZ, in East London. He then moved to South Africa in 2009 where he built six luxury units of houses called Fourscore Mansions in Waterkloof, Pretoria.

Osibona’s real estate development firm Fourscore Homes is a member of the National Home Builders Registration Council (NHBRC) in South Africa and Zurich Building Guarantee in Europe.

The company exhibited its expertise in property development in the UK, South Africa, the United States (U.S.) and Nigeria.

Personal Life

Osibona was a devoted Christain and a member of the Celestial Church of Christ (CCC). He was happily married with four children.

He was inside the 21-storey building when it collapsed. His body was recovered three days after the incident.

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