Sunday, 23 April 2017 13:06

Breaking: Senator Isiaka Adeleke dies at 62

NAN--The three-term Senator, was a former governor of the state under the short-lived democratic dispensation under the Babangida administration.

 

His emergence as the governor then, fresh from the United States, was still the stuff of a  political thrillers as he earned the nickname, SERUBAWON, after he beat  older political gladiators in the primaries of the Social Democratic Party to clinch the ticket.

He was then just 37 years old.

Until his death, he was planning to run for the governorship election in the state in 2018.

He was born as Isiaka Adetunji Adeleke  in Enugu on 15 January 1955 to the family of Senator Ayoola Adeleke and Esther Adeleke.

He started his primary education at Christ Church School, Enugu before moving to Ibadan. He had his secondary  education at Ogbomoso Grammar School and later went to the United States for his university education.

He was Chairman, Governing Council, Nigerian Export Promotion Council, Pro-Chancellor And Chairman, Governing Council, University of Calabar, Nigeria.

NAN

Last modified on Tuesday, 25 April 2017 14:27

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