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Friday, January 26, 2018

Gov. Ambode’s Special Adviser Deji Tinubu Reportedly Slumps And Dies After A Football Match

Mr. Deji Tinubu, the Special Adviser to Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on Sports and a sibling of Oando CEO, Wale Tinubu, slumped and died late Thursday evening after participating in a soccer game at the ongoing retreat of the Lagos state cabinet in Epe.




He was certified dead at the Epe General hospital where he was transported.
The state government is yet to comment officially on the sad development.
Deji was until his recent appointment, was Chairman of the state’s sports commission.

RIP


33 comments:

  1. May his soul rest in peace...such a sad and shocking death.

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  2. May his soul rest in peace, amen

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    1. Jesus Christ. RIP Deji, I find this hard to believe, he was a good sport analyse from the days of DBN.

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  3. RIP Deji. There is nothing in this world, death is inevitable.

    Comfort to your family.

    Please let us all give our lives to Christ, death can come at anytime.

    No otumokpo or pigeon knacking or anything can free you from this except God Almighty.

    It is well with everyone. Lets keep praying to God for life to sustain us until the ripe time for us to go Amen

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  4. Enter your comment...RIP deji

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  5. Sad! But he was recently reassigned from sports portfolio to another, don't recall which. Abi 'they' vex about his reassignment? Hmmmm.

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  6. This is just too sad. Saw him days back. I've not slept since I heard yesterday. I'm directly connected to this family so the thing pain me gannn

    Lord comfort Aunty and the kids.

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    1. Eyaaa, may d lord comfort you guys.

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    2. Rip sir, may God comfort d family. La fresh, take heart

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  7. Sad, for someone's life to just cut short abruptly, leaving loved ones perplexed and confused..


    Looking at the group photo, majority of them don't look physically somehow healthy. Those pot bellies (large abdominal girth) are signs of some health concerns brewing.


    You are out of shape , you do not even exercise regularly, then you indulge in high energy sports like soccer which involves running is dangerous.

    Start your regular exercise while young and continue as you go old as your body tolerates. But atleast live an active lifestyle. Don't start while you are 50 + on a high impact sports. It's going to be too much for the heart.


    Also how many men/women ( those who can afford it go for routine health checks? I.e. yearly check ups, including blood work just to see how the body is depreciating with age? It's not just the doc looking at you with his eyes. A yearly blood work of blood chemistry, complete blood count, may iclude lipids ( indicator of cardiovacular/heart disease), liver function panel as indicated.


    May African men receive sense, leaving behind the mentality of I'm strong.

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    1. Proudly Anonymous26 January 2018 at 08:22

      That man up there has always been very active,but I'm not here to puncture your analysis - What I can only tell you and every other person is that we all should make each day count and live life as best as we can.

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      Rest well uncle Deji

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    3. @anon 08:07 that was the first thing that came to my mind, especially as caption says he passed after a football match. Could it be a health related issue that was unknown? God help us sha.

      I feel bad cos their son just passed on recently. RIP to him

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    4. Madam itk Chikito, it was Bola Tinubu's son and not his son.

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    5. 🤣🤣🤣 14.50, you dey mind the famzer aka Chikito

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  8. Proudly Anonymous26 January 2018 at 08:08

    Extremely gutted right now.

    This perfect gentleman and a gentleman in every sense of the word alongside his friend and namesake Deji Omotoyinbo,Bode Oguntuyi and their crew brought a new dimension into sports casting via 90 minutes on TV to Sports express on radio.

    Fare thee well Uncle Deji.

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    1. Very soft spoken. Monday night football on DBN was just the best,without DSTV then we still get the best highlights from them. Eyah, Ile nje eyan.

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  9. What a great loss!!!May the Lord comfort his family🙏🙏

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  10. Medical issh, prob high colostral, HBP or bad heart.... Rest on Brother.

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  11. Rest on Mr Deji. But see big belies all over. Exercise is key. The other covered his with the football

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  12. Very sad. God comfort his loved ones

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  13. Sports can save lives or take lives depending on what your health status is...please don't do rigorous sports without been cleared for it by a certified doctor...RIP to the man.


    LEP😛

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    1. He has been playing football for as long as I know him.

      They were even cleared by a doctor before playing yesterday.

      Chai!!! This is bad. Not Uncle Deji. God why?

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  14. Rip Uncle Deji, my weekdays would not be the same without you in Sports Extra. Rest in peace, may God console your family and friends. Uncle Jimi Disu and others.Sun re

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