Davido’ Son, Ifeanyi Adeleke Is dead

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Ifeanyi Adeleke, the three-year-old son of Adeleke, a popular music star, has died.

According to reports, the young Adeleke drowned in a pool at the Family Residence.

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“The boy was inside water for too long, and they pulled him out and rushed him to the hospital,” a family source said under anonymity to await an official statement. “It was too late by the time they rushed him to Lagoon Hospital.”Davido Adeleke, Ifeanyi Adeleke

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Before Ifeanyi’s death, Davido was seen earlier today teaching him how to swim.

As the energetic boy flapped his legs, the music star carried Ifeanyi around the pool.

Davido, clearly impressed by his son’s performance, was overheard remarking on how quickly he learned.

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“This one go learn quick,” he said. Ifeanyi’s parents, Chioma and Davido, had lavishly celebrated his third birthday before his tragic and unexpected death.

Davido and Chioma’s death comes years after the drowning of Nigerian singer Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, popularly known as D’banj, and his wife Lineo Didi’s first child in 2018.

Daniel Oyebanjo III, who was only a year old, drowned in a swimming pool at Dbanj’s home in ikoyi, Lagos state.

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Meanwhile, Russia fires around 60,000 rounds of ammunition daily. 

On October 31, Interior Minister Denys Monastyrskyi stated that Ukraine’s Armed Forces use approximately 6,500-7,000 rounds, which is approximately ten times less than Russia.

Putin: October 31 mass attacks on Ukraine are revenge for the Crimea drone attack. 

Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that the Oct. 31 mass strikes on Ukraine were in response to an alleged Ukrainian drone attack on ships of Moscow’s Black Sea Fleet in occupied Sevastopol.

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When asked if the attacks on Ukraine were related to the events in Crimea, Putin said, “That’s not all we could do.” On October 31, Russia launched strikes against critical infrastructure in ten Ukrainian regions, causing widespread power and water outages.


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