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BREAKING: Senator Abiola Ajimobi, Former Governor Of Oyo State Is Dead (Details)

FactualFacts 06/25/2020

BREAKING: Senator Abiola Ajimobi, Former Governor Of Oyo State Is Dead (Details)

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According To "Sahara Reporters" - Report reaching is has it that Senator Abiola Ajimobi has died.

According to report, he was 70 years of age when he died. Report indicated that he died today at the Ikoyi hospital after being in coma for many days.

This is coming after failed attempt to test negative for COVID-19. 

Also, Senator Ajimobi was earlier appointed as the acting Chairman of the APC, even while he was on bed rest at the hospital. He is a member of the all Progressive Congress and a former governor of Oyo state.

Also, it was reported that for many weeks, he was placed on life support after he slipped into coma and his relatives and lived ones, prayed and fasted for days for him to get well but unfortunately, the Lord knows best.

Debate Ajimobi Has Been Reported Dead, May His Soul Rest In Peace.

Source: "Sahara Reporters"

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Top Comments
Crystalline · 06/25/2020
Finally finally; Constituted Authority is no more constituted, he's now Gone Authority.
MichaelOluwatofunmi · 06/26/2020
I always said it, even Holy Bible said too. VANITY upon VANITY all is VANITY. All wealth he has now he can go with it, why accuraring on unnecessary wealth where you know quite all right that you can go with 💯 percent sure with them. I don't know how this people ( THINK). I said there are ( FOOL). BIBLE SAID, WHAT WOULD MAN GAN AFTER THE WORLD AND LOST HIS OWN SOUL. YOU THAT THE IS STILLING GOVERNMENT TREACHERY, THINK TOWISE. IS HIDER YOU ARE DUP OR RUB BY ARMRUBBERS.
OkanlawonSunday_02 · 06/25/2020
Vanity upon vanity all is vanity.
GUEST_xNmlBJkzL · 06/25/2020
And the man died. May the Lord grant him eternal life and bless the family he left behind.

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