Former Super Eagles defender, Ajibade Babalade dies of Cardiac arrest

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Former Super Eagles defender, Ajibade Babalade is dead. He died at the age of 48 after suffering cardiac arrest.

According to a close family friend who disclosed the news to TheCable, Babalade died on Friday afternoon, September 4, while being rushed to the University College Hospital, Ibadan.

“I can confirm to you that he died from cardiac arrest around 11am today,” the source said.

“He was the one that drove himself to the hospital yesterday that he was not feeling too good.

“On getting to the hospital, after taking his vitals, the doctor told him he had to be admitted because of his blood pressure, which was high. And it was what the medical personnels in the hospital was trying to work on.

“Until this morning, when the boy that stayed with him in the hospital saw the way he was breathing, he had to call his elder brother who rushed down to the hospital to see for himself.

“It was the elder brother that now called for his immediate discharge and referral to UCH. It was at the entrance to UCH that he breathe his last.

“I feel so pained that my friend is gone. I am heartbroken and devastated. Just yesterday here, he still posted his first son’s picture on his Facebook to wish him happy birthday.

“May his soul Rest In Peace.”

He is survived by a wife and three children, who all are based in the US.

19 Comments

  1. Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for your loss, our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.may his soul rest in peace.

  2. It’s so sad to loose our heroes, may his gentle soul rest in perfect peace and grant his family to bear the irreparable loss. May God forgive him his sins.

  3. So many deaths this year, I don’t know what is happening
    May his soul rest rest in peace and I pray God gives his relatives and loved ones the mind to bear this loss

  4. I remember that I watched the match them because we play Zambia in final of that nation’s cup and beat them but I bearly remember their names except few like Sunday olishe etc. But I didn’t know him then. May God forgive his sins and give the family to bear the irreplaceable loss. So sad.

  5. Test In Peace Ajibade Babalade, you are Icon in this country which Nigerian can never forget, we have seen the impact you has contributed in Nigeria national team. By the grace of almighty God, you will be rewarded with your good did. RIP

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