This is just too much!! What is going on? Renowned industrialist and Baba Adinni of Nigeria, Alhaji Abdulwahab Folawiyo, who died in Lagos on Friday may have succumbed to a heartrelated disease. According to a family source, the late philanthropist and Muslim leader, who was said to have complained to close family members a day earlier, was reportedly rushed to a cardiac centre located in Victoria Island, Lagos, where he was placed on admission. However, his condition reportedly deteriorated early Friday and he later died. The source said, "He died at the cardiac centre around 4am and the body was brought back to his house. But before then, his health had not been stable for sometime and he had to travel abroad for medical treatment." The late businessman died 10 days to his 80th birthday. Our correspondent learnt that preparations were in top gear for the birthday celebration, which was to come up on June 16. H i s w i d o w, A l h a j a Zainab Abah, told our correspondent, "We were all preparing for his birthday and people had been invited to come and celebrate with him, but it was as if he knew he had a limited time to spend. He never took us seriously." The eldest child of the late businessman, Tunde, described his father as a disciplinarian, who taught his family humility and hard work, adding, "He spent the last days of his life preparing us for the challenges ahead." Some of the sympathisers who thronged the late businessman's Queen's Drive, Ikoyi residence, on Friday included the wife of the Lagos State Governor, Mrs Abimbola Fashola; the state Deputy Governor, Princess Sarah Sosan; the state Commissioner for Home Affairs and Culture, Honorable Tu n d e Balogun; industrialist, Chief Chris Ogunbajo; Afenifere leader, Chief Ayo Adebanjo. Fashola's wife described him as a father who used his wealth to touch many lives in Nigeria. A stepson of the deceased, Segun Awolowo, also described him as a man who ought to be emulated. A burial service was later held at the Lagos Central Mosque, attended by dignitaries such as former governor of Lagos State, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu. Folwaiyo was later buried in a vault at the mosque.