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Thursday, June 25, 2020

Ex- Gov Abiola Ajimobi Of Oyo State Succumbs To COVID 19 Related Complications

A former governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi is dead.






 He died at age 70. Before the latest information filtered in, his alleged death was rumoured about one and half weeks ago which was later dispelled by his media aide, Mr Bolaji Tunji and one of his children. 


Ajimobi,was a life support machine since last Friday at First Cardiology Hospital in Ikoyi, Lagos. he had COVID-19 related ailment and was rushed thereafter he reportedly fell into coma. As it happened some days ago, nobody was willing to confirm his death. 


One of his security men who served him for eight years said the death of the APC chieftain is real this time. 

Asked if the APC in the state would make any official statement, the Chairman, Chief Akin Oke said why should it be the APC that would make official statement when his family members are not talking yet. “We can’t make any official statement now when the family members have not said anything. We are hearing just like you people and it has to be authenticated before any official statement can be made”. 


An impeccable source confided in Vanguard that the news of his death was kept away from the public because of the new appointment by the National Working Committee of the APC as acting national chairman of the party. 


The source said, “It is true this time around. It was hidden before because of the political development within the party. The source further disclosed that the ex-governor had lung surgery. It was further gathered that the medical experts treating him tried all they could to revive but no success.

102 comments:

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    1. May his soul rest in peace

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    2. I guess he has now submitted to "constituted authority"

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    3. I lost my lecturer and the provost College of Medicine Nnamdi Azikiwe University to Covid-19. Prof continue to rest in peace. This disease has really dealt us a blow.

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  2. The Lord comforts his family, loved ones and people of to state...

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    1. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace, Amen.

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  3. Big wigs just they kick bucket anyhow..The death toll this year is mind blowing....

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  4. The big wigs in our society just dey kick bucket anyhow..Lord save your people..RIP!

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    1. Which one is big wigs? This man is old compare to the dead people I've been seeing their obituary recently and they aren't 'big wigs children/people' RIP to him.

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    2. small wigs are dying too but their own doesn't make it to blogs

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  5. Ahhh! This 2020 should come and do and go oo. May have soul rest in peace.

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  6. Death is a must for everyone of us...eeyah

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  7. Don't understand these politicians sometimes. Refusing to announce his death earlier because of his new appointment so they want a dead leader? Anyway na their way.

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  8. Princess Sarah25 June 2020 at 19:35

    RIP baba

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  9. Eeya. God rest his soul

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  10. At 70, I can say he lived a fulfilled life. No matter what people say, he lived to his fullest, may his soul rest in peace

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    1. What do you define as "fulfilled life"?

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    2. get your facts right b4 u start disgracing ur ancestors

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    3. Stay there and be asking questions.

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  11. Ripp to him despite his let downs

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  12. May God grant him eternal rest.

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  13. May his soul RIP. Amen

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  14. Lord rest his soul and bring comfort to his family.

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  15. Even in death they are still playing politics? ......Rest in peace

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    1. The Original ShugarGirl25 June 2020 at 21:18

      They used him even as a dead person.

      I thought he was younger. He looked younger. RIP

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    2. As in. May he rest in peace.

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  16. This man don die since last week. They were just hiding it.

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  17. Eyaaah constituted authority, RIP. May God comfort his family.

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  18. Life is very fickle
    I remember when Malika Haqq visited him in Nigeria.
    I also remember(just this year) his wife saying she forgave him when he cheated on her
    It seems all these happened yesterday...

    Rest in Peace

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    1. Malika visited his daughter. Ofcos she also saw her friend's dad. It's important that we present stories the way they are .

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    2. She visited him kwa. Wow. When

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    3. You remember! Na wa oh

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    4. 20:49 Her post stated she was visiting her Godfather, the Governor Of Oyo state in Nigeria. This was in 2016.

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    5. Anon, here's the link https://www.stelladimokokorkus.com/2016/07/actress-malika-haqq-is-currently-in.html?m=1

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  19. Chai... What a year!!! Rest in peace sir

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  20. Las las they have announced his death, unable doh. The world is not our own, do good that posterity will remember you for good. May his soul get the deserve rest it deserve

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  21. And d guy on d Wheelchair is still alive. This life ehen🌑

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  22. May God console his family.

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  23. May his soul rest in peace. Amen.

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  24. I refuse to die when my good news is around the corner

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  25. ..... And then I ask....
    What is life?

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    1. Life is transient. Do good cos no one is gonna leave forever

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    2. +live* forever

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  26. If only Nigerian politicians will learn that death can't be bribed, they should continue to loot .

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  27. The problem with Nigerian policticians is that they make you hardened towards them because of how they treat leadership, everyone will die somwday make sure you do good in this life Ibidun is a strong example of living a life of purpose. Rip Sir I pray your sins were forgiven. Amen.

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  28. When he told the pensioners he owed that he hasn't finished settling the living, not to talk of the dead, I wonder if he knew he would actually be dead less than three years later. RIP to him.

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    1. You know this. I remembered this content when I heard he was terribly ill. Let us take it easy o! Those we think we are better than can easily outlive us.

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  29. What a pity, May his soul rest in peace.

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  30. Would he be missed by his nation? His family would remember him but his children’s children yet unborn have no legacy to hold unto but the remnants of money his Kim Kardashian wanna be daughters wouldn’t have run through after living their excessive luxurious lifestyle without the know-how of building a sustainable business.

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    1. No be small Kim k wannabe so annoying especially the ibk one razzz riches

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  31. May his soul rest in peace.

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  32. May his soul rest in peace

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  33. Finally they announced it. May his soul rest in peace. At 70 and once a governor, I can say he lived a fulfilled life

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  34. May his soul rest in peace!!

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  35. Chaii! may his soul rest in peace.

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  36. Rest in peace and may God comfort the family he left behind.

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  37. Wow,may his soul rest in peace, this life,year 2020 will not swallow us in Jesus name,Amen!

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  38. May his soul rest with the lord

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  39. Rest in peace.Ajimobi the man himself
    Whatever we do in this life,we should remember that there is someone watching us from heaven.

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  40. Nigerians are too weak and sentimental. All these politicians have stolen enough money to provide every single Nigerian child free health care, education, daily feeding, laptops, clothes.

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  41. Ecclesiastes 1
    1The words of the Preacher, the son of David, king in Jerusalem.

    2Vanity of vanities, saith the Preacher, vanity of vanities; all is vanity.

    3What profit hath a man of all his labour which he taketh under the sun?

    SAY NO TO VANITY. LIVE FOR CHRIST. DO GOOD TO ALL MEN. STORE UP TREASURES IN ETERNITY.

    YOU CANNOT TAKE ANYTHING WHEN YOU DIE EXCEPT YOUR SOUL.

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  42. Hmmmm, for those who live life like it's forever, like there's nothing like death.May his soul rest in peace.

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  43. The happenings this year has taught me so so much, 2020!!!

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  44. Sweet memories of him would sure be comfort to his family at this difficult time. May the Lord comfort them all.

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  45. I wish his family comfort at this time. If you didn't learn from Abacha, YarAdua or Abba Kyari, Ajimobi's death has no lesson for you.

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  46. Rest in peace kwa.now that he has died nothing good to remember him for.nothing good to hear of him.no good work to show .he was given a position of influence and did what with it.sorry ooo but I'm not telling anyone rest in peace.

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  47. May his soul rest in peace
    O Lord,please comfort his family

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  48. Stella I don't know why you used my comment to pound eba. I'm from Ibadan so I remember how he and his wife treated the people. When people die they become saints and no one wants to tell the truth about them. Like I said, may his soul rest in perfect peace and I hope God will console his family. If anything, he seemed like a good family man.

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  49. May his soul rest in peace.

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