Nigerian Man Dies Of Heart Attack Watching AFCON 2013 Football Match

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Feb 13, 2013 – Retired Banker Dies Of Heart Attack Watching Nigeria Vs Burkina Faso Football Match

A retired banker, Felix Bassey, 65, reportedly died on  Sunday, while watching the finals of the just-concluded Africa Cup of Nation (AFCON) game during which Nigeria defeated Burkina Faso, 1-0.

The News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, gathered from a reliable source at The Eko Hospital, Ikeja, that the deceased was believed to have died of a heart-related ailment while watching the match at his residence in Akute area of Lagos.

Bassey, slumped during the match was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead by doctors on duty.

The source, who pleaded anonymity, told NAN that a member of the family confirmed that late Bassey had been hypertensive, prior to his death. “The wife, one of the matrons in the hospital, happened to be on night duty when Bassey was rushed to the hospital,’’ it said.

Meanwhile, the remains of late Bassey had since been deposited at the hospital morgue. (NAN)

5 thoughts on “Nigerian Man Dies Of Heart Attack Watching AFCON 2013 Football Match

  1. Hmmm..wat a pity..wat kan government do abt it nw?it means total ntin..wel we tnk God 4wat hapen..bt pls lovers of football b mindful watchin footbal mostly wen u knw ur state of health is hypertensive.

  2. It was d avenue for his death coz he knew he hadn,t d heart,y did he watch? U all knw dat nigerian cultural way of footballing is heart and breath taking.

  3. Well,he wasn’t strong enough 2 watch dat great match,which NGR won… U knw,losin in de final is a bad thing 2 de team n country. NGR havin styin 4 19yrs wtout winnin ds trophy,it ws a must dat they shd win. I knew they’ll win it afta beatin ivory coast. I alws hail arsenal fans,bcuz de club alws disappoint em. If ds kind of issue happn all d fans,by nw we wldnt ve had any arsenal fan…

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