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‘My husband deserved higher therapy even in dying’

Yinka Adeniran, Ibadan

 

MRS. Florence Ajimobi, ex-governor Abiola Ajimobi’s widow, has slammed the Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde administration for the best way it dealt with her late husband’s case within the final one month that he was bedridden.

She stated her husband was for peace and served the state for eight years, making him to deserve higher therapy, even in dying.

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The widow denied ever contacting both Governor Makinde or anyone in his authorities for any help throughout her husband’s sickness, denying claims by the governor that the household despatched a proxy.

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She spoke whereas receiving a delegation of the governors who have been at her Oluyole house to commisserate with the household and pay their final respect.

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The delegation was led by the Oyo State Deputy Governor, Mr Rauf Olaniyan.

Mrs. Ajimobi stated though she was not supposed to speak, she spoke for the primary time since her husband fell ailing a few month in the past and ultimately died due to the misgivings that had emanated from the federal government.

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Interesting to the govenrment to cease what she described as soiled politics, Mrs. Ajimobi stated her late husband was for peace and served the state for eight years, making him to deserve higher therapy, even in dying.

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