Immediate past governor of Ondo state, Dr. Olusegun Agagu is dead. He was 65.
He reportedly died on Friday at about 8 pm in his Bodija, Ibadan residence 24 hours after returning from a foreign trip, family sources confirmed last night.
The former governor was said to have been hale and hearty as he showed no sign of sickness before he suddenly slumped and died.
It was gathered that Agagu had travelled to the United States of America (USA) for over three weeks. He returned to the country on Thursday.
He was said to have held meetings with members of the party moments before his death.
It was also learnt that the former governor had fixed next Thursday for a general meeting of the party members where he was expected to address them on the position of the state in the crisis rocking the PDP.
Besides, he was said to have held consultations with many party members in Ondo State on the way forward as he was bombarded with calls over the development.
His death also came at a point he was to lead two other elders of the party from the southwest to deliberate and find solutions to the crisis in various states of the region.