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Senatorial candidate passes on after complaint of stiff neck
18 February 2015, 16:32
Ogun - The Labour Party Candidate in Ogun West Senatorial District, Prof. Solomon Olamilekan has passed away at 54, Vanguard reports.
Olamilekan was said to have died after he complained of stiff neck three days ago and was thereafter rushed to a private hospital where he gave up.
The Secretary of the party in the state Sunday Oginni who disclosed this yesterday, described his death as shocking.
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