BBN’s Omololu loses brother-in-law to coronavirus

BBN’s Omololu loses brother-in-law to coronavirus

- BBNaija's Omololu has lost his brother-in-law

- Omololu said that his brother-in-law died of the coronavirus disease

- The BBNaija star shared the sad news on his social media page as he humbly asked for prayers from fans and followers

Big Brother Naija's Omololu Shomuyiwa is currently in mourning after losing someone very important to him. Omololu lost his brother-in-law to the coronavirus disease.

The reality TV star took to his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to announce the sad news. Omololu said that he lost his brother-in-law about an hour before he shared the news on social media.

Although he did not give further details about the demise of his brother-in-law, Omololu humbly asked for the prayer of his fans and followers as they mourn.

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As expected, condolence messages have started pouring in for the media personality. Fans and followers have taken to his comment section to pray for strength for his family to bear the sad loss.

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In other news, earlier reported that a Nigerian student who died in the US was refused a test, the sister said. Bassey Offiong was a 25-year-old student of Western Michigan University who died of coronavirus on Saturday, March 28. The student, who was from Detroit, was expected to graduate with a chemical engineering degree in a few weeks, The Detroit News reported. The deceased's sister identified as Asari Offiong said her brother told her he was turned down several times for the coronavirus test in the Kalamazoo area while living off-campus.

Another Nigerian, a 60-year-old woman also died of the deadly disease. The omen identified as Hajia Laila Abubakar Ali died of coronavirus in the United States of America. The 60-year-old woman, who was an indigene of Kano, was the elder sister to the permanent secretary of Kano state’s Ministry of Religious Affairs. Her death was revealed on Thursday, March 26, by Salihu Yakasai, spokesman to Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano state, Blueprint reported.

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