Former AAUA Lecturer Found Dead In His Car

April 8, 2021
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A former lecturer in the department of Earth Sciences at the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State who was identified as Dr Olatunde Adegbuyi has been found dead in his car.

Report says he was hale and hearty on Wednesday morning, the day he died

According to a witness who said, “It was a passer-by that first saw him and noticed that he was in the car and his head had dropped and his other body was not moving”.

“The person quickly raised the alarm to call the attention of the other residents. On getting there it was discovered that the lecturer has ‘gone. ”

Me Tee-Leo Ikoro, the spokesperson of the State Police Command confirmed the death of Dr Adegbuyi and said investigation into the his death has begun.

According to him ”When our men got there, it was discovered that there was no sign that the deceased was touched”.

”lt is the doctor’s report that could reveal the actual cause of his death”.

Ikoro then added “The deceased is over 70 years old”.

Mr Victor Akinpelumi, the Head of Media and Protocol of AAUA also confirmed the death of Dr Adegbuyi and said he just retired from the University. He also said the University has commiserated with the family of the deceased.

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