- A Nigerian lady identified as Grace Uzunma Nmah, has reportedly died after a brief illness
- Her friend, Nora Oma Patrick believes Nmah died of coronavirus
- The beautiful lady who is based in Aba, was placed on oxygen shortly before her death
- Friends have since taken to social media to mourn the beautiful lady whom many described as fun and active
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As the world continues to battle with the deadly coronavirus, the death toll continues to increase at an alarming rate.
Just recently, a Nigerian lady identified as Grace Uzunma Nmah, reportedly passed on from an illness her friend claims was coronavirus.
According to the lady identified as Nora Oma Patrick, Nmah who resided in Abia state, died from the virus. Nora who shared the news on Facebook, advised people to take the coronavirus pandemic seriously.
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Taking to Facebook to mourn her death, she wrote: "Oh no! Grace Uzunma Nmah! Lady Sunshine! This can’t be true? Oh no! COVID-19! How? Such a vibrant lady that loves her Rotary club! RIP Nne! This so heartbreaking! My people please continue to maintain social distancing. Please wear face masks and wash your hands. May God protect us all."
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Nora revealed that Nmah had gotten a visa to travel to Germany and was waiting for the borders to open, before she passed away.
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Meanwhile, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported 117 cases of the novel coronavirus in Nigeria on Tuesday, April 21.
The new cases are the highest to be reported in the country by the government agency. According to the report, Lagos state has the highest infections with 59 cases while the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja followed with 29 cases. Kano came third with 14 infections and followed by Borno with six news cases. Katsina also records four new infections as well as Ogun with three new cases.
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