Davido’s cousin opens up on why his father Sen. Isiaka Adeleke was killed by his political opponents

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The son of the late Isiaka Adeleke has made serious allegations claiming his father was murdered.

We had reported that the first civilian governor of Osun state died of heart attack and was rushed to Bikets Hospital where he passed away on Sunday, April 23.

His death sparked outrage in his hometown where youths claimed he was poisoned by his political opponents.

The Punch reports that Tunji Adeleke who is the son of the late senator claimed his father was killed because of power, position and money which some his political enemies wanted at all cost.

Tunji in a Snapchat outburst claimed his dad was not sick before he died and that he was he was killed because of his ambition to become the next governor of his state.

Tunji’s position is contrary to earlier reports that the medical pathologist who carried out the autopsy on the late senator said he died as a result of too much of painkillers.

“Senator Isiaka Adeleke died as a result of an over-dose of painkillers intravenously administered on him, according to pathologists.”

An angry mob has reportedly disrupt the burial of Senator Isiaka Adeleke which is currently ongoing today, April 24, in Osun state.

The mob reportedly collapsed a canopy on Amosun, Akeredolu, Oyinlola to chase out Idiat Babalola, who is a commissioner nominee of Governor Rauf Aregbesola.

Babalola and other dignitaries were chased out from under a canopy by the youths who alleged that the former governor was poisoned by some APC leaders.

Problem started when Babalola was sighted by the mourners who demanded that she should be sent out.

The mob reportedly insisted that Babalola should leave the burial ceremony and they refused to listen to pleas by all dignitaries seated under the same canopy.

They reportedly started shaking the canopy where Governors Ibikunle Amosun, Rotimi Akeredolu, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola and Deji Adeleke were seated to chase out Babalola who they described as a betrayer.

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