You remember our last post on how Osun state governor was setting up an investigative panel to uncover the cause of Senator Adeleke’s death?
News just came in that Adeleke’s family actually refused the request by the Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola to investigate the cause of Senator Adeleke’s death.
Punch revealed that the immediate younger brother of the deceased, Deji Adeleke read the family’s address at a press briefing in his residence on Sunday.
The younger brother of the deceased mentioned that the result of the investigation had already been predetermined.
Vanguard also reported that Aregbesola had signed an executive order setting up a coroner inquest into the death of the Senator on May 2, according to Coroner Law Cap 32 Vol I Law of Osun, 2002.
This was what Deji Adeleke said:
“We condemn in strictest terms the continuous politicization attempts by the state of this great loss to our family, particularly the ordering of this inquest at a time we are still coming to terms with the harsh reality of his sudden departure and the pain and grief there from”
Mr. Deji also mentioned that reliable sources had informed them that the outcome of the kangaroo inquest had already been predetermined by the state.
“It is also designed to serve its own interest with distorted facts and misinformation which will clearly not be in the interest of the good people of Osun in general and the Adeleke family in particular”, he added.
Senator Adeleke died on Sunday, April 23 and was buried on April 24.