Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde mourns cousin who died in London

Actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde mourns cousin who died in London

- Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has mourned the death of her cousin, Jalad

- The actress explained that he did not die from coronavirus but a complication

- Ekeinde said her cousin died after a kidney transplant complication and he could not get proper care because of the pandemic

Popular Nigerian actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has mourned the death of her cousin simply identified as, Jalad. The actress revealed that her cousin died in London, United Kingdom after a medical transplant complication.

The actress talked about her loss on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter. She explained that her cousin did not die due to coronavirus.

According to her, he died after a complication from a kidney transplant. She said he could not get proper healthcare because the hospitals were focused on coronavirus and the help he needed was not fast enough.

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Omotola said her cousin died alone. She noted that he was too loved to have died alone. The actress also added that the United Kingdom healthcare system failed him.

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that veteran Nollywood actress Stella Damasus paid tribute to her mother-in-law, who recently passed away. The actress shared a lengthy post on her Instagram page to eulogise her mother-in-law.

In the post, the actress described her mother-in-law as her best friend and prayer warrior. She noted that her mother-in-law loved her so much, adding that the deceased woman was the most amazing and selfless person she knew.

Damasus revealed that her mother-in-law was her gist partner, dance partner, and prayer partner. She added that they used to do kitchen chronicles with her mother-in-law. The actress noted that she would miss her mother-in-law. She also revealed that she is still in the denial stage of grieving because she has still not been able to come to terms with the loss.

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Daniel Ademinokan, the actress' husband also eulogised his mother in an Instagram post. He noted that he took him days to come to terms with her death and revealed that his mother, Lucy Ademinokan, passed away on Friday, January 10. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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