Conceived on 7 January 1947, Raji Alagbe
Rasaki is a retired brigadier general in the Nigerian Army who served as military governor of the Ogun State, Ondo State, and Lagos State during the military regime of General Ibrahim Babangida in 1986 and 1991.
Before his re-deployment to the economic hub of the country, Lagos State, Brigadier General Raji Rasaki was a one-time military governor of Ogun State (1986-87), becoming the military governor of that state in 1988.
He set out for a long time on a major experiment in the demolition of illegal building structures and designs to liberate the State from shanties.
Brigadier General Rasaki composed a few policy papers and diaries following his retirement from the Nigerian army in 1993. In 2005, he joined the Democratic Party of the Nigerian People (PDP).
In 2016, Brigadier General Rasaki and Senator Fatimat Olufunke Raji-Rasaki marked 40 years of their union.
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