How Olubadan Died – UCH

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The University College Hospital, UCH, Ibadan has explained that the Olubadan of Ibadan, Oba Saliu Adetunji, died at the Intensive Care Unit of the hospital at 01.15 am on Sunday.

 

A statement by its Deputy Director of Information and Public Relations Officer, Toye Akinrinola, noted that the monarch was referred to UCH from a private hospital in Ibadan about 9.30 pm on Saturday.

 

It further stated that the Chief Medical Director CMD, Prof. Jesse Abiodun Otegbayo, immediately directed a high-powered medical team to provide medical treatment to the late monarch.

 

The CMD also wrote the Governor of the state, Seyi Makinde, to inform him of Olubadan’s death.

 

The statement read in part,  “The Olubadan of Ibadanland, His Imperial Majesty, Oba Saliu Akanmu Adetunji, Aje Oguguniso 1, on  January 2, 2022, passed on at the Intensive Care Unit  of the University College Hospital, Ibadan at 1.15 am.

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“The late Monarch was referred to the UCH from a private hospital in Ibadan at about 9.30 pm yesterday.

 

“He was immediately admitted at the ICU where the Chief Medical Director CMD, Professor Jesse Abiodun Otegbayo directed that a high-powered medical team be constituted to provide the best medical treatment to him.

 

“By 1.15 am today, His Imperial Majesty breathed his last breath.

 

“The CMD was at the ICU in the early hours of today to pay the late Olubadan his last respect.

 

“Afterward, the CMD wrote a letter of notification of the demise of the revered Monarch to His Excellency Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State which was received by the Permanent Secretary of the Oyo State Ministry of Local Government and Chieftaincy Matters, Dr. Bashiru Olanrewaju on behalf of the Oyo State Government. A similar letter was written to the Family of the departed Olubadan.

 

“The CMD further ensured that the remains of the late Monarch were taken care of in a manner befitting to the late Olubadan.

 

“Professor Otegbayo also escorted the corpse of Oba Adetunji from the ICU to a waiting ambulance and handed the corpse to the family and other dignitaries on the ground.”

 

Meanwhile, the Vice-Chancellor, University of Ibadan, Prof. Kayode Adebowale, has commiserated with the immediate family, people of Ibadanland, Oyo State, and Nigeria on the death of Oba Adetunji.

 

He stated that Oba Adetunji was a pillar of support to the University, who never missed an opportunity to offer wise counsel and words of support for the progress of the institution.

 

He said, “My last engagement with Oba Adetunji was on 16 November, 2021, when he received our Chancellor and Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, on a courtesy call, in his Popoyemoja Palace.

 

 

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“Kabiyesi demonstrated that he was UI’s father and Chief Landlord. UI was, indeed, honoured and celebrated on that memorable visit.”

 

“I must say, Kabiyesi Adetunji lived humbly; served humbly; came loving; lived loving; and served loving.

 

“Oba Adetunji knew how to serve God; how to serve humanity; how to lead humanity: how to serve others; how to lead others; how to assist others; how to develop others and how to mentor others. He had the true formula of how to lead the community and society. He was a leader of leaders.

 

“Our consolation lies in the great deeds of the late Olubadan which are engraved unforgettably in the hearts of women and men. Such deeds, which knew no ethnic or religious boundaries, bear clear testimony to the late Olubadan’s triumph over death.

 

“On behalf of the governing council, management, staff, and students of the University of Ibadan, we sincerely commiserate with the Governor of Oyo State, Engr. Seyi Makinde, the immediate family of the late Olubadan, Olubadan-in-Council, Central Council of Ibadan Indigenes (CCII), and all Ibadan indigenes and residents.”

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