Yesterday, a pathologist who conducted the autopsy examination on Isiaka Adeleke said there were no traces of poison in the examined body of late senator.
However, Solaja Olufemi while testifying before the coroner inquest said the deceased was deeply sedated and was given an overdose of analgesic. Olufemi an anatomic pathologists at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) also said the drug are known to cause central nervous system depression.
A pathologist who conducted the autopsy examination on Isiaka Adeleke said there were no traces of poison in the examined body of late senator However, in a recent development, Punch reports that Alfred Aderibigbe, a nurse and health assistant who allegedly administered some injections testifier before the coroner inquest on Thursday, May 18. We gathered that Aderibigbe’s lawyer Lekan Alabi had earlier called for an adjournment due to the unavailability of an interpreter for his client.
The lawyer said the health assistant is not fluent in English and lamented the short notice of appearance on the matter. But leading Aderibigbe in evidence in Yoruba language, the nurse said he met Adeleke over 20 years ago while working at the State Hospital, Ede. He said he had treated a girl who was rushed to the facility due to convulsion when they met. Aderibigbe said it was later he found out that the little girl was Adeleke’s daughter and the Senator later sent for him and gave him some money.