Controversy trails Isiaka Adeleke’s death

Controversy trails Isiaka Adeleke’s death

Controversy is trailing the death of Former Osun State Governor, Senator Isiaka Adeleke, who died early Sunday morning at age 62.

Adeleke, a serving senator died from at heart attack at Bikets Hospital in Osogbo, the Osun State capital.

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But his death has provoked anger in Ede where the deceased hailed from.

Not few of crying relatives and sympathisers who gathered at the deceased senator’s Ede residence on Sunday blamed his death on spiritual attack by his political opponent.

They alleged that he was killed because of his ambition to contest for governorship election in the state next year.

Adeleke aka Serubawon, was the first executive governor of Osun State. He became the state governor at age 37.

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