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Saturday, April 03, 2021

Activist Joe Odumakin's Activist Husband Yinka Odumakin Dies From COVID 19 Complications

Activist Dr. Joe Okei-Odumakin is bereaved as her husband Yinka Udumakin who is the spokesman of pan-Yoruba group, Afenifere, has died....








According to Dr. Joe Odumakin, the Afenifere spokesman died at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital.

She said “A part of me is gone. A part of me is gone. He fought hard at the intensive care unit. Pray for me to survive this. My love is gone.

“He was okay before. Even on March 10 he was still attending meetings. He was recovering yesterday but he died this morning. I am at the intensive care unit. A part of me is gone.”


Yinka Odumakin, who was also a political activist died aged 56 years.

Odumakin reportedly died of complications from COVID-19.

He was said to have been battling underlying conditions such as diabetes before the COVID-19 attack.
from pmnews

34 comments:

  1. May his soul rest in perfect peace with our Lord, Amen.

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    1. Shocking and sad news. May he rest in peace and God console his wife and family. He was a real asset to the Yoruba race.

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    2. Jésù ayé fẹle lọ tọ, I am just seeing this I wish this is April fool. I can't believe this is real.

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  2. This is really sad ☹️😔😥

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  3. So sorry about your loss,may his soul rest in peace.

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  4. May God comfort his family and loved ones 🙏🏿

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  5. Enternal rest grant him oh Lord & give his loved ones the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

    The most Complex B

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  6. So sad!! May God rest his soul and comfort you 🙏🙏🙏

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  7. I was hoping this news wasn't true.A vibrant activist,very outspoken.RIP Mr Odumakin,may God comfort your wife and entire family.

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    1. Very vibrant and outspoken man
      May his soul rest in peace 🙏

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  8. Sorry about his death. Comfort to you all

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  9. Eyaa, be comforted ma'am. May his soul rest in peace.

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  10. Sad, sad, sad! What a great loss!

    May God comfort his family. 🙏

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  11. Bold and fearless man😢😢😢

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  12. I am still praying for a miracle, Lord please, you can still bring him back 🙏

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  13. Eeya,may his soul rest in peace.It is well with you ma'am.
    He looks like that AIT man o,can't remember his name again,the one that anchor one political program like that

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    1. Exactly.
      He used to anchor 'Focus Nigeria'.

      This is not good at all!
      Rest in peace, and may all he left behind be consoled Amen.

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    2. Gbenga aruleba focus Nigeria

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    3. @Anon15:06 not same person though look alike. The AIT guy who anchors 'Focus Nigeria' is Gbenga Aruleba.

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  14. Erin wo! This man is someone who did a lot of good for Afenifere. Even as no man is perfect, no one can deny how great an asset he has been against the Tinubu and Obasanjo onslaughts. Sun re Sir. May God comfort your wife and children. This is painful even though I have never met him. I can only imagine....

    And some monsters are still trash talking vaccines???????

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  15. May God comfort his family.

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  16. May God console the fam. RIp

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  17. My God, this is so sad... Kai😥

    May God console you Ma'am and give you strength this terrible period, amen

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  18. Rest in peace sir.


    Lord console his wife and children 🙏

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  19. That part of you is gone, but you have cherished memories that will help you to get through it. You likely also had the blessing of creating a family together. These are the joys of life that you have been blessed to experience and share together. Many have and will never taste those things, you are blessed to have. Time makes it easier. The day will come when you remember his jokes and can laugh again

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  20. This is so sad. I really feel for the wife. They were both in the vanguard for human rights. May he rest in peace and may God grant the wife the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss, guys covid is real, let’s do everything possible to stay safe and alive

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  21. @ anon 15:52 u are so right. May his soul rest in peace

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  22. This is heartbreaking. He's always speaking out for the poor masses. May his soul rest in peace. Amen Lord pls comfort his wife and family in Jesus name.Amen

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  23. Oh! My goodness, Dr Joe, God's comforts to you. It's really a sad news but take solace in his accomplishments and good memories...


    Rest in peace Yinka...

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  24. Chai, why is it that Good people die early more than bad people? My condolences to her and the family

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  25. May God comfort you Mrs. Odumakin

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