Coincidence Or What: Ajimobi, Adedibu & Arisekola Died Exactly 6 yrs & 7 Days Apart


Death is inevitable as it is natures calling, the death of immediate past Governor of Oyo state and one time Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Abiola Ajimobi was announced yesterday June 25, 2020.

The ex-governor was rumoured to have died from coronavirus complications and he was on life support machine until his death.

Abiola Ajimobi’s death has drawn up some interesting bizarre and strange coincidences which must be closely watched an observed.

Kindly take closer look at the statistics below

Chief Lamidi Adedibu died on June 11 2008.

Alhaji Ariseekola Alao died on June 18th 2014.

Senator Abiola Ajimobi died on June 25th 2020.

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Lamidi Adedibu

These three illustrious Ibadan indigene each died on 6 year and 7 days interval apart

Lamidi Adedibu on June 11 2008

Arisekola Alao on June 18 2014

Abiola Ajimobi on June 25 2020

The three of them were strong political leaders from Ibadan in Oyo state and each had occupied numerous political positions during their life time.

The three of the each had a family names starting with letter A (Adedibu, Arisekola, Ajimobi)

Lamidi Adedibu was born on October 24, 1927 and died at the age of 81 years.

Alao Arisekola was born on February 14, 1945 and died at the age of 69 years.

Abiola Ajimobi was born December 16, 1949 and died at the age of 70 years.

UPDATE: Arisekola-Alao dies at 69 | Premium Times Nigeria

While Abiola Ajimobi was a Senator and ex-governor, Alao Arisekola is a well known Businessman and political figure, he was even given the title Aare musulumi of Yorubaland on the other hand, Lamidi Adedibu is a political aristocrat who blended populism and raw thuggery to achieve is political aims.

The three of them are mogaji in their respective families and are chief in clan lines of succession to the Olubadan throne.

Do you think their death dates and circumstances is a mere coincidence or there is more to it?

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