-A young Nigerian graduate has lost her life three months to her graduation from school
-The deceased lady reportedly consumed fake malaria pills
-Friends and families mourned her on social media
In what could be described as a heartbreaking news, a Nigerian university undergraduate of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology (ESUT), identified as Ojeh Cynthia Nnenna, has lost her live just a few months to graduating from the university.
Reports making the round online suggest that Nnenna, who was a final year student of accounting, died after a brief illness which was caused by fake malaria pills she had ingested.
Nnenna in a screenshot which was alleged to have been her conversation with a friend before her passing disclosed that the fake pills affected a vital organ in her body. She said after she took a scan test, the result revealed that the pills had inflamed her liver.
See a screenshot of the alleged chat below:
Mourning the death of a loved one on Facebook, a lady identified as Ogechi Floxy Nwodo, who appeared to be close friends with the deceased, painfully lamented her passing and wondered how she was going to survive her time in school with the permanent exit of her friend.
Nwodo reminisced about how they had both planned to go for NYSC during the first batch. She noted that she had no capacity to question the doings of the lord, and prayed for her late friend to rest in peace. See her post below:
Also lamenting the painful exit of Nnenna, another friend identified as Micheal Aruma, described how the deceased was in excruciating pains before she died. He also prayed her to rest in peace while noting that her ambition to become an accountant is no longer feasible.
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