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Saturday, August 26, 2017

Wife Of Arsenal Fan Who Slumped And Died Watching A Game Explains What Happened..

The last few days have been some of the toughest in the lives of Mrs. Ndidi Ejimba and her three children Since the shocking demise of their breadwinner, Dominic, on the evening of Saturday, August 19, 2017......



"My husband came back to the shop at the end of the first half of the match between Arsenal and Stoke City to urinate,” 32-year-old Ejimba, who is carrying a fourth child, revealed.


“He promised to be back at the end of the match, telling me how his club would win. But about 20 minutes after he left to watch the second half of the match, somebody rushed to the house to inform me that he had slumped at the viewing centre and that he was being rushed to a hospital".



"At a point, one of our neighbours, who was among those that rushed him to the hospital, told me to go back to lock the shop and get a vehicle we could use to transfer him to another hospital".


According to him, the hospital he was rushed to couldn’t handle the situation. I never knew it was a trick to send me away from the place because all that time my husband was already dead,” she said



Watching Arsenal play was his life,” Ejimba interjected sharply.. “He would rebuke and sometimes ignore me whenever I told him to reduce his obsession with Arsenal.


He loved the club so much. He was ready to chase his customers away and lock up his shop just to watch the team play. For the 10 years that we were married, he never stopped watching football matches involving Arsenal"


Edited from Punch

24 comments:

  1. Could it be the shock that Stoke beat Arsenal? I don't believe, Stoke Vs Arsenal matches have always been very tough one.

    All the same, if you don't have good shock absorber, please don't bother watching Arsenal games. RIP to my gunner mate, may God be with his wife and children



    *Larry was here*

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    1. I pray she finds closure.

      When I was in Lagos, I most time pay to watch a match only to charge my phone, back the TV and help myself with a drink that have percentage. I can't come and kill myself by myself.

      Obsession with football, I learnt early when my neighbour once damaged his TV and almost killed himself because of football.
      I never watch live matches except Nigeria matches which I have shock absorber for.

      Gambling is another problem with this club fans.

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  2. I pray she finds closure.... This is sad!

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  3. Rip to him
    Am i the only one that hate people that are obsessed with football and watching it..
    Someone laft his new wife to watch match of their wedding night...he didn't even tell her were he was going

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    1. I used to love football and would do anything for Arsenal and football until I got married to a man who doesn't watch football. I tried everything to make this man love football but for where.
      Its been 10years now, I used to be a die hard Arsenal fan, would go and watch most of our home football matches, bought tickets as a member for him so we could go watch but hmmmmmm.
      It is well, but if it was the other way round people will say the woman should love and participate in what her husband has passion for. Now am into tennis as he loves it.
      Hmmmmmmmmmmm

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  4. Eeyah,so many Nigerians have high blood pressure and don't know. Thank God I caught mine on time. May he RIP.

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    1. Exactly, it is high blood pressure, how sad.

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    2. Biko fierce ask, how did you handle your high bp.please help a sister out

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  5. Maybe he died of heart attack.
    May his soul RIP

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  6. Just bcos of watching dese Oyinbos playing ball on d field and who doesn't care abt blacks? Well, wetin I know sef, may his soul rest in peace.

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    1. anonymous gangster26 August 2017 at 10:38

      Chai! Simple post on death and life and you still managed to sneak in a racial slur. I raise hand for you!

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  7. That is why i dont like football
    It makes my heart skip.

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    1. anonymous gangster26 August 2017 at 10:37

      Then you mist hate men, they make your heart go bumpity bump!

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  8. Hmmm. Men and football.. how much em come pay am??? Mtschewwww

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  9. Such a painful death that could have been avoided. Rest in peace.

    Please, once high blood pressure is detected in your body, help yourself by advising yourself on what to do and what not to do.

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  10. Dying cos of a club in England? Am not trying to be insensitive but this sounds foolish.

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    1. @Rappakata,he didn't die because of a club in England,he died because he has high blood pressure.If he didn't watch the match,he would have died anyways.Check your BP regularly

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    2. Sound over foolish.those players are well paid.until the day I start getting a handsome percentage from every match I WILL NEVER WASTE MY TIME WATCHING FOOTBALL!!!I have better things to do.

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  11. May his soul rest in peace.

    #DieHard Liverpool Fan!

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  12. It's a pity.my husband is also an Arsenal fan and anytime Arsenal loses it affects him,i advised him to stop watching live matches involving Arsenal so it's most likely d man had cardiac arrest as d match was going on.

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