BREAKING! Ajimobi Actually Died Last Week From Coronavirus, His Death Was Covered, Kemi Olunloyo Clarifies (Video)

BREAKING! Ajimobi Actually Died Last Week From Coronavirus, His Death Was Covered, Kemi Olunloyo Clarifies

Abiola Ajimobi’s death was not announced immediately he died due to political reasons. Kemi Olunloyo who is a relative to the dead former Oyo State governor took to her Twitter and Youtube accounts to clarify these.

Investigative journalist Fisayo Soyombo had earlier reported that the last governor was dead. The announcement brought him a lot of backlashes also from Kemi who went to the immediate relatives to confirm the development.

Fisayo insisted that Ajimobi was actually in a vegetative state and nothing again can be done for his condition. He also said that the doctors have given up on his health condition.

The announcement was only made a day before yesterday and Nigerians knew something was up politically. This much Kemi Olunloyo can now confirm to us in a series of tweets and a video on her Youtube channel.

See her tweet below:

#BREAKING UPDATE Governor Abiola Ajimobi in fact passed away last week 6/18 @fisayosoyombo an investigative Journalist who broke the info initially WAS RIGHT. These are trying times for we media professionals. As a relative who spoke to family members, I went by the source ONLY.

It was my own father His Excellency VOS Olunloyo Ajimobi’s cousin that briefed me in a phone call that he indeed died a week ago due to complications of #COVID19. My dad mention Brain death and multiple organ failure. He was moved to an Ibadan morgue by @followlasg#RIPAjimobi

His death was a sad development for we Oyo state indigenes as he served us 8 years. Ajimobi will be buried on a live TV state funeral tomorrow Sunday 6/28/20. I did a 12 minute detailed video of this announcement. https://youtu.be/TfFWR5mMAis Thank you to everyone

#drkemiolunloyo

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