Update abt Hon. Adedayo Omolafe’s demise

More facts have emerged on how a federal Lawmaker, representing Akure South/Akure North federal constituency, Hon. Adedayo Omolafe Adedayo passed on around 2am on Monday.

Sources revealed that the Lawmaker was at his farm located on Irese road in Akure, Ondo State capital on Sunday morning to inspect works on the farm.

This was without the premonition of what lied ahead.

On returning home, Hon Adedayo was said to have complained of severe headache.

A source said when the situation could not be managed at home, he was rushed to an hospital in Akure where he was referred to the federal medical centre, Owo.

‘Oga was unconscious and rushed to FMC, Owo where he gave up the ghost” the source said.

The impeccable source said he was assisted by another Lawmaker, (name withheld).

On getting to the FMC, it was realised that his High Blood pressure had risen above 300. Which means the Lawmaker must have died of BP.

His daughter, Modupe Adedayo said his father went unconscious yesterday after complaining of headache and was taken to federal medical centre owo where he breath his last.

A senior legislative Aide to the lawmaker, Tope Fakinlede said efforts to revive the lawmaker within 30 minutes of headache proved abortive until he was pronounced dead early this morning (Monday).

Meanwhile, Sympathizers have thronged the Akure home of the federal lawmaker.

Women, youth and other people were seeing weeping and wailing and recounting how they benefited from the deceased large heart.

A condolence register has been opened at his residence in Akure.

Published by WonderLady

Journalist, Educationist, Writer, Human Rights Advocate

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