Senator Adeleke Died Of Poisoning Or Overdose Of Painkillers?


It was reported on Sunday that a serving senator representing Osun West Senatorial District, Senator Isiaka Adeleke, died at Bikets Hospital in Osogbo, the Osun state capital.

Multiple reports had indicated that he had died of a cardiac arrest, but the indigenes of his home town, Ede, insisted that they wanted to know the cause of his death on the assumption that his death was not natural.

It was gathered that there was confusion in his home town on Sunday, given the decision to return the body to Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, LAUTECH, Osogbo, for an autopsy.

The development resulted in traffic gridlock across major streets in Osogbo, as supporters made bonfires across the town to register their anger.

Indigenes of Ede staged a protest at all entry points to the town, following suspicion that the former governor might have been poisoned as a result of his governorship ambition.

An exclusive new report by SaharaReporters, revealed that the influential politician did not die of poisoning but as a result of an overdose of painkillers intravenously administered on him.

"FLASH: Senator Isiaka Adeleke died as a result of an overdose of painkillers intravenously administered on him, according to pathologists," the publication wrote in a Tweet.


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