- A Nigerian lady identified as Chinenye George Sandra recently died after falling ill
- According to reports, Sandra who was 22, died two months after making a post about dying during the lockdown
- While many people have regarded the post as a joke, others are of the opinion that there is power in the tongue
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The family and friends of a young Nigerian lady identified as Chinenye George Sandra have been thrown into mourning following news of her death.
The 22-year-old, according to information on the burial poster, died on June 12, 2020, after a brief illness and is set to be buried on July 3.
Sandra's death comes to many who knew her and were friends with her on Facebook as a shock. Barely two months before her death, the young lady had made a post about dying during the lockdown.
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In her words: "If I die during Lockdown no need for autopsy. Na yam and red oil and garri with salt kill me."
As at the time, many people took it as a joke and thus reacted to the post with laughter. Following the news of her death, many have become convinced that there is power in the tongue.
One of such persons is Facebook user, Ebeh Nnaemeka Ebeh, who took to the platform to mourn her, while cautioning people about the things they say.
He wrote: "RIP GEORGE SANDRA. Well, it's too early to say RIP instead of CONGRATULATIONS, but I can't question the maker. May you find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Till her death, Sandra was a chef and she was living comfortably. But...Please let's be more careful with our Tongue, there is power in the spoken words. Barely 3months after making this post she died."
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In other news, what was meant to be a beautiful period for a new mum and her family, turned tragic as she lost her life hours after becoming a mother for the first time.
Twitter user, Sarki Suleiman, had earlier taken to the micro-blogging platform to announce that his aunt recently welcomed a set of triplets after waiting for almost 9 years.
However, he returned with news of her death, barely 9 hours after sharing the good news.
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