Help send Roddy’s body home.

In some sad news, a friend has passed away. He was a member of my soccer team, and this week he lost a very short battle with cancer. He was a year younger than me, and in incredible shape. Rodolphe (aka Roddy, aka “Rod the Bod”) will be missed.

His family needs some help getting his body back home to Benin, Africa. It’s an expensive endeavor, as you might imagine. If you could share or donate to this GoFundMe page, that would be amazing.


RoddyWe learn with regret the death of Mr Rodolphe adikpeto, Brother and friend.

Rodolphe Died on tuesday June 10th at 4:00 AM at the Halifax Hospital after a short fight with cancer.
At the age of 30, he was in a great shape, always eating healthy and keeping a great active routine. Rodolphe was back home for little bit over a month to visit his family in Africa, and he felt a little bit sick, on his was back to Canada, things got little worse, once landed in Halifax he went straight to the Hospital for a check up, where they found he had Lukemia. Rodolphe was transferred to the right place to do more examination and take treatment, he told his friends and familly that he is feeling better and Doctors said that he will leave the Hospital soon.
The next day at 4AM Rodolphe left this world for a better one.

Born in 1984 in Cotonou, Benin, Rodolphe Adikpeto graduated in Business Administration from the Université Sainte-Anne and the spring of 2009 was hired as project manager for Programme Francophone Immigration Nova Scotia Acadian Federation. He assumed the post of provincial coordinator of the project in October 2009 and remained there until his retirement in April 2014 to go into business with his own company of import and export.

Today we are asking everyone to help with a donation to help Rodolphe’s family with the expenses to send his BODY to Benin in Africa.

Please keep praying for him and his familly

We wish to transmit to the family and to the friends of Rodolphe Adikpeto, our more sincere condolences.

Any information please reach out to:

Mamadou: 1-902-877-8941
Lionel: 1-902-789-1774
Abdou: 1-902-489-6881