Akeem Lasisi has revealed how an outlawed drug banned by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration Control may have killed late Senator Isiaka Adeleke.
Mrs Titi Laoye-Tomori, the Osun Deputy Governor, on Monday, was made to appeared before the coroner's panel set up by Governor Rauf Aregbesola, to probe the death of Senator Isiaka Adeleke.
I don't know any of them (other nurses), but I know that whenever he was given injection by those nurses, he would show me in order to know the new area to inject him.
He denied given the senator over-dose drugs just as he disclosed that Adeleke do always requested for double dose during treatment.
He has been in the eyes of the storm generated by the death of the late Senator Adeleke after being accused of giving the deceased an overdose of medication, a few hours before his death.
Aderibigbe who works at Comprehensive Health Centre, Edunabon, Osun State, explained that hydrocotisom is a steroid while analgin is an analgesic for pain reliever. I asked, "Is the person a doctor?' but he said no".
"On Sunday, April 23, at about 4 am, I was, however, woken up by two men from the senator who banged on my gate and later informed me that the senator had been calling my phone and that I was not picking my calls".
"I called the senator but his friend, one Dipo Fagborode, picked his call".
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"I asked clearly the medical status of the person that administered the injections".
He said that woman brought a bowl of fish but these people you are seeing ate everything and left nothing for me. The senator was suffering from gout-leg pains. His temperature was 37.4%, respiration 26, while his pulse was 86.
"I set up drip and diluted it with hydrocotisol".
"The two other injections I gave him were in the right proportion too- 50mg of Analgin and 1mg of photroine". He insisted on taking four amples of diacepham but I resisted. But, he could not wake up and me and Dipo had to raise alarm. I went back and I raised up his hand but it dropped. So, I don't know where they got it from.
The senator was rushed into his vehicle and headed to Osogbo in a one-way drive. I then asked him to give me the prescription to hold but he refused to give to me.
Also testifying, the Chief Medical Director of Biket Hospital, Osogbo, Dr. Adebisi Adenle, told the coroner that the deceased lawmaker was brought to his hospital dead on April 23.Adenle said Adeleke was brought to his hospital around 10:15am and he pronounced him dead.
He submitted that it was not the drugs he administered to the senator that killed him.