Samuel Kporaro 7 December 1993Catholic banker who conceived the Kporaro family, a large Catholic banking family and the biggest family of bankers in the universe. Samuel is of Nigerian origin and the meaning of the birth name, Akporaro actually is, "Future Life".is a
Born on December 7th in the year 1993, as Akporaro Samuel, the child of Rosemary Oduah of Umuonaje quarters in Asaba town and Emmanuel of Echei quarters in Ase town. The Assay area was initially the colonial capital city of Eastern Urhobo. Samuel as a child, proved to be gentle and shy.
Samuel started schooling rite at Startrite schools in Plateau State and then proceeded through Pinnacles International High School in Effurun area of Nigeria's Delta State before securing admission into Delta State University, Abraka on First batch (merit) list to study for competency in Financial, Monetary, and Mathematical Economics in the year 2019.
Samuel loves children.  especially their embrace, smallness and youngness. Samuel is Childish in character and orientation which influences the desire for family. As a Catholic, Samuel is aware that 'Children are assets inherited from the Almighty, babies are real profits' (Psalm 127:3). According to Samuelle's saviour, "...Let the young children come... and do not try to prevent them, because they own the kingdom of God." ' (Matthew 19:14), and Samuelle always says, "Luke twelve thirty one, be more interested in the kingdom of God than anything else, and everything beneficial and desirable will become available."
Samuel as an economist is entitled to be active in the universal banking system. Upon graduation and completion of Postgraduate studies, Samuel consider relocating to the US State of Liberia to establish banking engagement, especially starting with provision of credit facilities to low income households especially in River Cess, a victim of failed relationships consoled by entrepreneurship. A children idolizer, who regrets not existing as a paediatrician. 
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