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Investigative Journalist Who Broke The News Of Ajimobi’s Death On Twitter Insists He is Dead.

Investigative Journalist Who Broke The News Of Ajimobi’s Death On Twitter Insists He is Dead.

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 Fisayo soyombo the investigative journalist who broke the news of the death of Senator Abiola Ajimobi on Twitter is insisting that he is dead. 

Quoting again from the source he said has never failed him, @fisayosoyombo said, 

UPDATE: My source insists the late Governor is gone even though he still hasn’t been disconnected from life support. 

I understand that other than placing him on life support, First Cardiology Consultants is “currently not doing anything else” on him. 

By the way, many of those tweeting ‘Ajimobi is alive’ have not seen or spoken to him since y/day. His supporters & aides at the hospital do not even have access to him. 

The media aide who issued a rebuttal did it only after making phone calls; he himself has no firsthand info. 

*the former Governor is… 


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After the news broke yesterday, the daughter of the former Governor of Oyo state, Fatima Ganduje-Ajimobi rebutted the claim, she said, “Thank you for all the messages but our father is still alive, alhamdulillah. When it is our time we will all die so wait first…” 


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An aide to the Governor, Bolaji Tunji, in a Facebook post also urge people to disregard rumours of the Governor’s death, calling for prayers. 

Senator Ajimobi who was made acting national chairman by his party, the APC,few days ago was later replaced by Prince Hilliard Etta due to what the APC described as unavoidable absence.

Source: opera.com

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