Ondo State Police command has said that it was still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of an Evangelist, Moses
Olatoye, who was reported to have died while vomiting blood in a car in Akure, the state capital.
According to the police report, the deceased who until his untimely death lived at No 26 Oluwase Street, Oka in Ondo town, was alleged to have left his house to attend a church programme in Akure.
It was gathered that the late Evangelist while at Fiwasaye Girls Grammar School roundabout, heading to Oba-Ile where the church programme was to be held, started vomiting blood inside a Mitsubishi space runner vehicle marked AP 281 FF.
Nigerian Pilot on Sunday gathered that another occupant of the vehicle on realising that the deceased was vomiting blood, consequently rushed him to Akure Specialist Hospital for treatment but all efforts by the team of medical personnel at the hospital to save his life proved abortive as he was reported to have given up the ghost at the hospital.
The Ondo State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Femi Joseph who confirmed the report said the victim died at the hospital while been attended to by medical personnel.
He stated that the family of the deceased, who reported the case to the police, alleged that they were suspecting foul play and as such the police are probing the cause of the death.
The PPRO added that the remains of the deceased had been deposited at the mortuary awaiting autopsy result.
DSP Joseph said autopsy would reveal the immediate cause of the death, adding that no arrest had been made on the matter.

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