Tension in Ede as remains of Adeleke return to LAUTECH for autopsy

The sudden demise  of Senator Isiaka Adeleke has caused gridlock and tension as the supporters of the politician are in tears and wailing as the corpse was moved from his residence to Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital (LAUTECH), Osogbo for autopsy.

The remains of the late senator Isiaka Adeleke was sighted in his country home, Ede.

Sympertizers at late Senator Isiaka Adeleke   Country Home in Ede

Sympertizers at late Senator Isiaka Adeleke Country Home in Ede

The remains which  was brought into his residence minutes earlier in a wine sienna, amidst cries from the waiting sympathizers ahead of his burial rite.

With the latest development, the remains of the first executive governor which was earlier driven to his residence ahead the burial had been transported  back according to sources to the LAUTECH in Osogbo for autopsy.

There is palpable tension in Ede, the hometown of Late Sen. Isiaka Adeleke.

The cause of the tension is anchored on the cause of the death of the foremost politician.

Angry residents and sympathisers are charged as they touted that Isiaka Adeleke was allegedly poisoned at a political gathering leading to his death.

Bonfires were  seen at different locations in the two local governments in the town.

Journalists were not spared also as NTA reporter Tope Alabi was beaten by angry mob.

From Saheed Adeyemi, Osogbo.

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