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Adekunle Gold: Father killed by unknown ailment

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Father of a popular Nigerian singer, Adekunle Kosoko, popularly known by his stage name as Adekunle Gold, on Monday, died after a brief illness.

Daily Tells Nigeria facts crew discovered that the father to the singer, Prince Hakeem Adeyemi Kosoko, who was the Permanent Secretary of Education District 4, died on Monday, May 27 after battling an undisclosed but brief ailment.

The news of his death is coming few months after his son got married to fellow singer Simi. The couple who got traditionally married last December held their white wedding in a private ceremony with few guests.

 

One of the teachers who worked under Mr Kosoko’s district in Lagos revealed to an online media that his death was announced to the teachers in Education District 4 in the morning of Tuesday, May 28. The cause of death has not been revealed.

 

Kosoko is survived by his wife, children, including Adekunle Gold, and more family members.

The singer’s father who is the Permanent Secretary of Education District 4, died during the night after suffering an undisclosed ailment.

He was appointed permanent secretary to the Lagos State government by Governor Ambode.

His position as Perm Sec had to be temporarily filled by a replacement for over a month after he was flown abroad due to the ailment.

 

News of his death was announced to the teachers in Education District 4 this morning. The cause of death has not been revealed.

 

He is survived by his wife, children, including Adekunle Gold.

Rumor currently has it that Simi is pregnant already has seen in pictures she shared recently which appeared to show a bulging baby bump.

 

Simi is yet to debunk the rumors fast spreading on social media about our pregnancy.

 

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