BREAKING: Lagos-Based Attorney, Ikechukwu Ikeji Dies.

A Popular Lagos-based human right activist and attorney, Ikechukwu Ikeji has passed away, Nigeria’s burgeoning online integrated media platform, OBLONG MEDIA can report.

The outspoken attorney who is also a Pastor at The City Of Light Church (TCOLC), Ijesha, Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial city, died on Sunday evening, November 12, 2017.

Barrister Ikeji it was gathered, attended the Sunday service at TCOLC, Ijesha, Lagos and did not complain of any issue during and after the church service.

After the church activities, The City Of Light Church, Ijesha, Lagos, had a dinner which Barrister Ikeji also attended.

It was gathered that the attorney went upstairs after the dinner and was seen coughing and vomiting a few minutes later.

Barrister Ikeji, the founder of Ikechukwu Ikeji and Co. law firm located at 16, Fadeyi Aladura Steet, Awolowo Way, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria, it was gathered was rushed to an undisclosed hospital and was later pronounced dead by doctors on Sunday night, November 12.

The attorney left behind his wife and three (3) children, all boys. It was gathered that the last child of the deceased is yet to clock six (6) months.

Meanwhile, it is not clear if Mr Ikeji choked after eating as the hospital is yet to make a statement regarding his death, though OBLONG MEDIA blog gathered that the attorney was hale and hearty before the unfortunate incident occurred on Sunday night.


One thought on “BREAKING: Lagos-Based Attorney, Ikechukwu Ikeji Dies.

  1. *Barrister Ikechukwu Ikeji.*

    Dike and Igbo warrior has gone. Nwannemoma, a man I truly loved as a brother!

    How many of us like you are left to carry on from where you stopped?

    You spoke for Ndigbo with an unyielding velvet voice.
    You wrote for Ndigbo with an unwavering mighty pen.

    Your cutting edge submissions left so many of us elated when the voiceless and downtrodden are being knocked down.

    You gave us strength, comfort and soothing companionship throughout our short journey.

    Our hearts are heavy with relentless heat of emptiness.

    Now you have gone, Alaigbo will never be the same without you.

    Nwokeoma, la nu udo!

    May God Almighty accept your soul in heaven in Jesus name.

    Aloy Ihezie


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