Senator Adeleke’s death made easier by high levels of alcohol and banned Drugs ~ Autopsy report
Not few were shocked as Dr. Taiwo Solaja, a pathologist involved in determining the cause of death of Osun state Nigerian Senator Isiaka Adeleke revealed the cause of death to be “multiple aspiration” or choking due to drug overdose.
The pathologist testimony was delivered at the Coroner’s inquest set up by the Osun state government to unravel the real cause of Senator Adeleke’s sudden death on April 23, 2017.
Dr. Taiwo Solaja, who is involved in determining the cause of death of Osun state Nigerian Senator Isiaka Adeleke said Senator Adeleke’s sudden death on April 23, 2017 was as of the found substances in his body system.
Dr. Osilaja also stated that some of his team’s finding revealed that prior to the deceased passingvon he had excessive alcohol, sedatives, and painkillers such as Diazepam and Analgin in .
Recall that Analgin has been banned by the Nigerian government for over 10 years confirmed by the Chief Medical Director of LAUTECH Teaching Hospital, Professor Akeem Lasisi.
The inquest continues to hear reports and reactions from other interested parties to the unravelling the actual cause or factors leading to.