The elder brother of late Nollywood actress, Folakemi Aremu, (Orisabunmi) has debunked a report that his father and his siblings died of COVID-19 problems.
Tunde Onishola, son to late Kwara Falcons Basketball Membership Technical Director, Steve Onishola, informed the Information Company of Nigeria (NAN) on Tuesday in Ilorin that the a number of deaths have been “only a coincidence’’.
Onishola, who can be a nephew to the actress, mentioned neither his father, Steve Orisabunmi and his youthful sister, Janet Ademola died of COVID-19 associated circumstances.
Recall that Onishola died in Ilorin on Thur., Jan. 7, barely 24 hours after his youthful sister, Folake Aremu (Orisabunmi).
Their youthful sister, Mrs Janet Ademola, died on Jan. 9.
Talking on the deaths, Onishola mentioned, “It isn’t true that my father, late Nollywood actress, Orisabunmi and their youthful sister, Janet Onishola died of COVID-19 problems.
“My dad has been on admission since final 12 months and he was recognized for one more factor totally.
“It has nothing to do with COVID-19 in any respect.
“Basketballers are conscious, they came to visit, I used to be with him for a month on the College of Ilorin Educating Hospital (UITH), caring for him.
“Go away them to be saying their garbage, how many individuals will I clarify this to, have you learnt the place these issues have gotten to?’’ Onishola informed NAN.
He additional acknowledged that the youthful sister (Janet), who died just a few days in the past, has been managing blood stress (BP) for lengthy and that there’s a restrict to what a lady can take.
“I believe the shock was too sturdy for her, she has been managing BP for lengthy.’’
Onishola mentioned he has taken solace in the truth that his father lived a worthy life as a result of he was capable of contact many lives throughout the basketball circle and outdoors it.