COVID-19: Friends mourn death of Nigerian banker

COVID-19: Friends mourn death of Nigerian banker

- A Nigerian man, John Aderogba, has mourned the sad passing of his banker friend who died after contracting the deadly coronavirus

- Aderogba shared photos of his deceased friend accompanied with some touching words

- Several others who knew the late banker also joined in mourning him

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It is indeed a sad time for the family members of a Nigerian man, Udonna, who passed away after contracting the deadly coronavirus.

A close friend of the late Udonna identified as John Aderogba, recently took to the popular social media platform, Facebook, with a post dedicated to the memory of the late banker.

Aderogba in his post described his deceased friend as an individual who was full of life and had tall dreams and aspirations.

"Udonna, the news of your death came as a shock. You were full of life with tall dream and aspirations but you succumbed to the wicked hands death as a result of COVID 19," his message read in part.

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The man prayed for his late friend to rest in peace and warned Nigerians to be more cautious as the coronavirus pandemic is real.

See his post below:

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Some other friends who knew the late Udonna were also seen mourning his untimely death. Read some condolence messages below:

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Metu Evans: "Sadly some people still believe COVID-19 is a scam. May his soul rest in peace"

Emmanuel Chinweike Nnabuihe: "This is terrible, lack words! For those who still doubt about COVID-19 PANDEMIC am sorry for you. Ude RIP!!!"

Ify Perpetua: "So sad, may God console his people and grant his soul eternal rest."

Honourable Nneji: "UD, we received the news about your death. God Must grant ur soul eternal rest and ur family the grace to bear this shock."

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Prince Chidi Ibekwe: "There is an urgent need for the class of 2008 to come together, pls drop ur what's up to my inbox, let's continue to pray for the family of our late colleague,"

Lommy Chikadibia: "Omg! this is my cousin from Okwu Okpofe.Jesus Christ. Such a promising young man! may his soul rip!"

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Meanwhile, previously reported that 19 people have died as a result of coronavirus from Friday, May 1, to Sunday, May 3, 2020.

According to the NCDC record, as of the first day of May month, the death figure of Covid-19 was 68. But as of Sunday evening, May 3, 19 people have died, officially bringing the casualty figure to 87. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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