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February 10, 2013

Channels TV Reporter/Producer Joe Ighile, Dies After Collapsing In Studio Last Night. :(

Sad news reaching us this evening is that the Channels TV Head of Sports, Joe Ighile has passed on. News reports say he collapsed in the studio last night while the live sports programme at 9PM was on. After introducing the programme, he told the crew that he was feeling uncomfortable and asked to take a break. He stepped out of the studio for some fresh air and collapsed a few minutes later. Few minutes after getting to the hospital, he was pronounced dead.

Here’s the report of his death published last night on Channels TV website:

Channels Television wishes to announce the death of our staff, Joseph Ighile, who died on Friday night. He was a staff of the station for nine years. Mr Ighile only just returned from South Africa where he had been covering the on-going 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON).

Aged 48 years, the late Ighile was a graduate of the then Bendel State University, now Edo State University, Ekpoma, where he studied English and Literature. He began his career in the media at the Edo Broadcasting Service (EBS) in the early 80s, where he was involved in youth programmes. He joined Channels Television in 2003 as a reporter/producer and before his death was the head of the Sports desk.

A multiple awards winner and member of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) media and publicity committee as well as the Sports Writers Association of Nigeria (SWAN), the late Ighile is survived by his wife, Ngozi, and two children, Favour and Mercy.

Burial arrangements will be announced by his family. 

So sad. May his soul RIP.

Source: Bella Naija

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