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Monday, 11 June 2018

Breaking NEWS:- Nurse who gave Senator Isiaka Adeleke Drug overdose has been remanded to prison (Details)

An Osun State High Court in Ede has requested that Alfred Aderibigbe, the medical caretaker who managed the medications that late Senator Isiaka Adeleke overdosed on, be remanded in jail authority. 

Adeleke, speaking to Osun West senatorial, passed on a year ago after a heart assault. Be that as it may, Dr. Taiwo Olufemi Solaja, who drove a group of pathologists that completed Adeleke's post-mortem, revealed that the congressperson passed on medicate overdose. 

Being the person who controlled the medication, Aderibigbe was later charged and remanded in Ilesa jail till June 29 when the case would come up for hearing. 

As indicated by an announcement by the Press Officer of Osun State Ministry of Justice, Opeyemi Bello, the indictment advise for the Ministry of Justice, Dapo Adeniji, contradicted Aderibigbe's safeguard application, after he argued not liable to the charges brought against him. 

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The medical caretaker's Counsel, Soji Oyetayo, implored the court to concede Aderibigbe to safeguard, advising the court of a safeguard application as of now documented. 

Yet, the prosecutor contended that the blamed the safeguard application was arrogant, as it was documented even before the litigant's arraignment. 

"The safeguard application is untimely on the grounds that the blamed was not in care when the application was recorded." 

Thus, Justice Oyebiyi, in his decision, requested that the blamed be remanded at the Ilesa Prison. 

Adeleke passed on April 23, 2017, after he was dealt with by Aderibigbe. 

His supporters affirmed that he was harmed by resistance on account of his governorship desire. 

A coroner investigation advisory group was set up by the Osun State government to test the reason for the demise and the medical attendant was prosecuted by justice Olusegun Ayilara, who at that point suggested him for preliminary.

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