Gbenga Adeboye Didn’t Die A Natural Death, Cleric Puts Leopards Liver In A Concoction For Him
Late Gbenga Adeboye’s sister, Seun, has said that. the popular broadcaster and entertainer didn’t die a natural death.
Gbenga Adeboye, aka Abefe, The Prolific Nigerian broadcaster and entertainer, died nineteen years ago. After his demise, many controversies trailed his death, how he died, the alleged infidelity of his wife, Omolara, and the rumour that his ‘friends’ may have hands in his death.
Speaking in an interview about Gbenga’s death, the deceased sister, Seun, a singer, asserted that the ‘Funwontan’ producer couldn’t have died naturally at the time of his death. Seun cited a case where Gbenga was given a concoction with Leopard’s liver.
She said, “Of course, he did not [die a natural death]. There was a particular Muslim cleric whom I confronted and he confessed that it was Gnebga’s friend that asked him to put leopard’s liver in a concoction made for late Gbenga.”
According to Seun, the same friend who introduced Gbenga Adeboye to the cleric, connived with the Muslim cleric to put the liver of a leopard in Ggenga’s concoction.
She added that a leopard’s liver is poisonous, more so, her brother [Gbenga] didn’t eat the poisonous Leopard’s liver but showed it to Yinka Ayefele’s manager, Mr. Adewuyi.
Speaking about the life of the late humourous broadcaster, Seun said Gbenga was extraordinary because he made a career out of their family’s attributes.
In her words, “Our parents and everybody else in the family are funny, but Gbenga was a lovely and special child, made a career out our family funny attributes, a disciplinarian and a jovial person.”
Seun also revealed why Wednesdays were special to ‘Itu Baba Ita’ as he was fondly called. Highlighting the significance of Wednesdays to Gbenga, Seun said, “He [Gbenga] was born on a Wednesday, started his broadcasting career on a Wednesday, he was baptized on a Wednesday, he died on Wednesday and he was buried on Wednesday.”
When asked why she avoids questions on the grey areas of Gbenga’s death, Seun asserted that she has so many secrets with her and for the sake of the deceased children, she wouldn’t want to speak further. She also allays the fear of being threatened as the reason for not dwelling so much on those grey areas.
In her words, “I had a lot of secrets with me and I was ready to die when Gbenga died. More so, Gbenga is dead and his enemies cannot kill him again, so I am not threatened, I just don’t want his children to read anything negative about their father and be sad.”