Meet Late Afeez Agoro The Tallest Man in Nigeria: His Age, Height and other information about Him (Biography)

Afeez Agoro is a Nigerian guy who stands at roughly 7 feet 4 inches tall and is unofficially considered as the country’s tallest person. Agoro, a true giant, instantly turns heads and attracts attention whenever he walks into a room. In fact, most people don’t even come close to matching his shoulders when they stand near him. If you think you’re tall, one look at Afeez Agoro will convince you otherwise.

Afeez Agoro, dubbed “Mr. Tallest” by his followers, shot to prominence when his amazing height was uncovered, and he has since used his celebrity to pursue a career in the entertainment sector. He is now an actor and a reality TV personality.

Profile Summary Of Afeez Agoro Oladimeji
Full name: Afeez Agoro Oladimeji
Date of Birth: 13th December 1975
Age: 45 Years Old
Place of Birth: Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria
Ethnicity: Yoruba
Nationality: Nigerian
Marital Status: Single
Education: the University of Lagos and Lagos State Polytechnic
Known for: Being the tallest man in Nigeria
Height: 7 feet 4.58 inches
Afeez Agoro Was Born In Lagos
The tall man was born in Sabo Yaba, a community in Yaba, a Lagos State suburb on the Mainland. Agoro, who was born on December 13th, 1975, is currently 45 years old. He weighed 8 pounds at birth, which was average for a baby, and was just like any other regular newborn infant. His growth surge didn’t start until much later. Afeez and his family moved to Akoka Yaba, another Yaba suburb, when he was about seven years old, despite the fact that he was born in Sabo Yaba. He was born and raised in Akoka Yaba, where he also received his education.

Afeez Agoro was not his parents’ only kid; he had siblings with whom he shared his childhood. In actuality, the tall man was born as the last child of his mother, who was his late father’s second wife. He may or may not have step-siblings from his father’s other wife.

His Father Built A House To Accommodate His Height
Afeez Agoro and his father had a good relationship, until he died in 2005. The older Agoro, on the other hand, built a house that could accommodate his son, despite his unique height, before he died. Afeez remarked that his father’s decision to build the house to accommodate his height helped him a lot throughout the years.

Afeez Agoro’s mother chose to pursue medical reasons for his extraordinary height and condition after his father died. She took him to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital for a medical examination. There was nothing to be seen. Years later, when Afeez visited the United States, he discovered what was wrong with him. According to him, after the physicians checked him and the findings came back, it was discovered that he had been diagnosed with acromegaly. Acromegaly, often known as gigantism, is a disorder that causes people to grow abnormally.

He Had His Own Reality Show
Because of how well-known Afeez Agoro had become as a result of his unofficial status as Nigeria’s tallest man, there was a lot of interest in learning more about him. Following that, in August 2018, a Reality TV show called I Am Agoro, based on his life, was made for television audiences.

The show, which broadcast exclusively on Linda Ikeji TV (LITV), focused on his personal life and what it’s like to be Nigeria’s tallest man. He became a reality TV sensation as a result of the show.

How His Height Helped Agoro Get US Visa
Afeez Agoro recounted an amazing story about how his height helped him get a US visa quickly during his interview with The Nation. It is well known that obtaining a US visa is not easy, as you will be required to go through multiple steps and answer numerous questions. Agoro, on the other hand, had no trouble getting his visa.

According to him, when he went to seek a visa to travel to the United States, the Consular General was taken aback by his height and determined that Agoro would not be able to flee even if he wanted to. As a result, he granted him visa almost promptly. Following the visa, Agoro would spend six months in the United States.

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