Adeleke’s Death:No Autopsy Report Yet: Family

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The immediate younger brother of the deceased,Dr Deji Adeleke on Wednesday said the report of the autopsy of late Senator Isiaka Adeleke is not yet ready.

He said this at a press conference organized by the family of late Senator Adeleke held at his country home Ede,Osun State.

Dr Adeleke stated that it would take one to two weeks before the result of the postmortem would be ready so as to determined the actual cause of his brother’s death contrary to what is being speculated on the social media and some conventional newspaper”.

He explained that the postmortem for the determination of the cause of his brother’s death was what caused delay in his burial last Sunday because as a Muslim he ought to have been buried that day.

Dr Adeleke described his late brother as a peaceful man, he thereafter, urged the youths of the community as well as politicians not to be violent by disturbing  the peace in account of his name.

According to him, the deceased never encouraged thuggery and  violence during his life time.

He emphasized that the moment the details analysis of his autopsy is out it would made known.

“However, his death is a painful one and family is still dreaming weather is alive or not because our brother was not sick before his sudden death”.

“We have cried and cried we cannot query God, however, we want to mourn our late brother in peace and not in violence”

“I want to use this opportunity to appeal to the people outside there to stop carrying the speculations in order not cause mayhem”

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He pointed out that late Adeleke was an hero in the house and in his community, adding that the pains of his death will take a very long time before it can be healed in their hearts.

He thereafter, appreciated President Muhammad Buhari, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo , Dr Bukola Saraki, Senate Presisent, Governor Ibikunle Amosun, Governor Isiaka Ajumobi, Governor Ayodele Fayose, Governor Akeredolu and former Governor Olagunsoye Oyinlola, Alinko Dangote, traditional rulers,  religious leaders and entire people of the country for sympathizing with them.

 

By Saheed Adeyemi,Osogbo.

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