'We are still in shock', Osun govt says

The Osun State government says the death of Senator Adeleke is hard to accept.

Late Senator Isiaka Adeleke

The government described as a nightmare, the news of the death of one of the illustrious sons of the state.

In a statement signed by the Director, Bureau of Communication and Strategy, Office of the Governor, Mr. Semiu Okanlawon, the government said the death of Senator Adeleke is hard to accept.

“The sad news of the death of the first civilian Governor of our state, has struck us like a thunderbolt. who is far away in China on state assignment, is still speechless and in mourning.

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“While the government awaits the reports of the autopsy which is being conducted, we can only calm our people to take this huge and incalculable loss with equanimity.

“Alhaji Adeleke, no doubt, has served our dear state well. First as its civilian Governor and currently as a senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria where he has provided adequate representation for the people of his senatorial district and the state. He was a politician with towering dossier.

“We find this loss inexplicable but we are restrained by the fact that we cannot query the verdicts of our Creator, the Almighty.

“We commiserate with the good people of Osun over this sad loss. We are still in shock,” the statement added.

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