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Odion Ighalo Loses Father

Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo has announced the death of his father, Paul Ighalo.

The late Paul Ighalo died in the early hours of Monday after he complained of feeling weak, Completesportsnigeria.com was informed.

"I lost my father early hours of today (Monday), it is a very painful loss," Watford striker Ighalo wrote via a BBM chat to inform his close friends.

Ighalo has scored 16 goals in 35 appearances for Watford who failed to reach the FA Cup final in England after they lost 2-1 to Crystal Palace on Sunday. 

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  1. ACCEPT MY COND0LENCE MR. ODION IGHALO. ITS PAINFUL LOSSING A DEAR FATHER. MY FRIEND WHO IS 'HYPERTENSIVE' COMPLAINED OF WEAKNESS AND WE ADVICED HIM TO GO TAKE HIS BLOOD PRESSURE(BP). HE INSISTED THAT HE HAS BEEN TAKING HIS ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE DRUGS. WE LIKEWISE INSISTED THAT HE SHOULD STILL CHECK IT. OUR INSISTANCE MADE HIM TO GRUDGINGLY TOOK IT AND LOO AND BEHOLD, HE WAS HYPOTENSIVE( LOW BP). THIS WAS AS A RESULT OF TAKING THE DRUGS WITHOUT CHECKING THE LEVEL OF THE BP WHICH WAS GOING DOWN DOWN FROM THE DRUGS. HE WAS ADVICED TO STOP THE DRUGS AND THAT WAS HOW THE WEAKNESS WENT AWAY. HAD IT BEEN HE WAS STILL TAKING THE DRUGS ESPECIALLY IF HE THOUGHT HIS WEKNESS WAS AS A RESULT OF HIS HIGH BP, WHO KNOWS WHAT WOULD HAVE HAPPENED. SURPRISINGLY, HE HAS NOT BEEN HYPERTENSIVE SINCE THEN AND WE BELIEVE HE S NOT EVEN HYPERTENSIVE IN THE FIRST PLACE. SO WHO DIAGNOSED HYPERTENSION FOR HIM. MAYBE HE WAS HYPERTENSIVE THAT FIST DAY FOR SOME REASON, BUT IN THE ACTUAL SENCE HE WAS NOT AN HYPERTENSIVE PATIENT. I BELIEVE HE WILL BE RESURRECTED BY GOD WHEN THE TIME REACHES. SO KEEP PRAYING AND BE HOPEFUL AS YOU COULD SEE HIM AGAIN. READ JOHN 5:28,29; ACTS 24:15; JOB 14:13-15.

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