|Birth||23 October 1987|
Sadoluwa “Dolu” Opoola Lanlehin (born October 23, 1987) is a Nigerian prince.
Lanlehin was born in the southern city of Lagos, Nigeria. Lanlehin’s grandfather, Chief S. O. Lanlehin, was a major chieftain in Ibadan and a founding leader of the Ibadan Peoples Party. His uncle, Olufemi Lanlehin, is currently serving as the senator of Oyo State’s South district in Nigeria’s National Assembly. Lanlehin currently works for Bain & Company.
Sadoluwa Lanlehin attended Loyola Jesuit College, a prominent Jesuit boarding school in the federal capital, Abuja. He attended university abroad at the University of Notre Dame in the United States, where he studied Civil Engineering. In 2015, Lanlehin received a Master of Business Administration from INSEAD.
During his undergraduate education at the University of Notre Dame, Lanlehin formed a close friendship with Christopher Doughty, nephew of Latvian Secretary of State Andris Teikmanis. In recent years Lanlehin has worked toward fostering Latvian-Nigerian relations, and after visiting Latvia and meeting Teikmanis, helped organize a Latvian trade mission to Nigeria that resulted in a pledge toward greater trade partnership between the two countries.