- Nigerian reality star, Mike Edwards, recently took to social media to share how his older brother, Matthew, lost his life
- The BBNaija 2019 star said that his older sibling who had sickle cell died as a result of the poor healthcare system in the country
- Mike shared this story in light of the recent happenings in the country
BBNaija 2019 star, Mike Edwards, recently took to social media to react to the ongoing unrest in the country as he recounted how he lost his older brother, Matthew, in Nigeria many years ago.
The reality show star said his big brother had sickle cell and he lost his life in Nigeria at the tender age of 10. Mike continued that the thought that his brother could still be alive if he was in a country with good healthcare was heartbreaking.
Mike continued that the fight to End SARS was also a cry for help after many years of bad governance.
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In his words:
“My older brother Matthew lost his life during a sickle cell crisis in Nigeria when he was 10 years old, to think if he would have been in a country with better healthcare support that his life would be saved today is heartbreaking. The fight to End SARS is our cry for help after years of corruption and bad governance.
See his post below:
In other celebrity news, Legit.ng reported that actress, Chioma Akpotha, took to her Instagram page to react to viral videos of people taking COVID-19 palliatives from a warehouse in Lagos.
In the videos, a massive warehouse was seen filled with numerous foodstuff including bags of rice, garri, sugar, packs of noodles, pasta, among other things. A whole community was seen going into the warehouse to help themselves to these bags of foods after the place was discovered in Lagos.
In reaction to the viral videos, Chioma asked why these things were not shared to the people they were meant for and asked how people could be wicked to their fellow human beings.
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