A retired Commissioner of Police, Yomi Onashile, has been reported dead.
It was gathered that the retired CP died of complications arising from COVID-19 while receiving treatment at the Olodo Isolation Centre Ibadan, Oyo State.
He was said to have been on admission at the centre since January 24.
A resident of Ashiru Estate, Adeoyo Road, Onashile reportedly died at about 10am on Saturday.
Onashile, a cousin to the Chairman of Globacom Telecommunications Network, Chief Mike Adenuga, trained as a Biochemist from the University of Ibadan before joining the Nigeria Police Force.
He had his Master’s Degree in Forensic and Food Contaminants Analysis from the same institution.
He was a Hubert Humphrey Fellow at the Drug Programme of the John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, and also a highly experienced professional with working experience with the New York Police Department and the Israeli Police Crime Laboratory in Jerusalem.
Following his retirement, Onashile set up a relaxation center for the elderly called Senior Citizens Club, situated along the Secretariat and Total Garden Road in Ibadan.