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Video – Ajimobi said he would spend 70 years

Abiola Ajimobi

The former governor who served as the Deputy National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress died of an undisclosed disease at a private hospital in Lagos, however reports stated he might have contracted COVID-19 and might have died of complications from the illness.No announcement was issued on tries and his passing to talk with his spokesman, Bolaji Tunji, on the telephone were unsuccessful. 


A family origin affirmed he died on Thursday afternoon. As in the time of submitting this report, individuals have been trooping to his country residence at Yemoja Street, Oluyole Estate, Ibadan, to affirm the information of his passing. Just the gate into the home was started except safety guys round, by none of the household members. 

The overdue Ajimobi was born 16 December 1949 to the Ajimobi household at Oja-Iba, Ibadan.  His grandfather was Sobaloju of Ibadan Land (leader at the imperial court of Ibadan).  

His uncle, Hon. N.A. Ajimobi has been Minister of Works and Transport from the Western Area.  His dad, Pa Ajimobi, was likewise an honourable member of the Home of Assembly from the Old Western Region. He began his schooling at Saint Patrick’s Primary School, Oke-Padre at Ibadan.  

He finished his education Aperin, at Ibadan City Council Primary School.  His secondary education was Lagelu Grammar School. Ajimobi’s university education was at the USA of America, in which he studied Business Administration and Finance in the State University of New York, in Buffalo, New York graduating with a Bachelor of Science level.  He became a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.    

Ajimobi contested in 2011 under the Action Congress of both Nigeria and won. Ajimobi contested for another term in an election which happened on April 11, 2015, beneath the All Progressive Congress (APC) against two of his predecessors in office, Otunba Christopher Alao Akala and Senator Rashidi Adewolu Ladoja.  He won, becoming the first governor of this country  On March 9, 2019, he dropped the Oyo South senatorial district chair into the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Dr Kola Balogun. Until his passing, he had been the Deputy National Chairman (South) of the All Progressives Congress.

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Until his death, he was the Deputy National Chairman (South) of the All Progressives Congress.

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