Tears as COVID-19 strikes again, claims life of 86-year-old woman, man mourns

Tears as COVID-19 strikes again, claims life of 86-year-old woman, man mourns

- The deadly coronavirus has struck again, and this time around an 87-year-old woman succumbed to it

- A Nigerian man, Oluwaseun Raphael Afolayan, took to Twitter to grieve after losing his number one supporter to the deadly disease

- Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post to condole with the young man

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A Nigerian man identified as Oluwaseun Raphael Afolayan has lost his 87-year-old number one supporter to the deadly coronavirus.

Sharing a photo of the octogenarian on his Twitter page, Oluwaseun wrote:

"I just lost my number 1 supporter to Covid. I know I'm supposed to take comfort in the fact that she's resting at 86, but somehow that doesn't do it anymore. I'm going insane."

Nigerians on social media took to the comment section of the post to console Oluwaseun.

Tears as COVID-19 strikes again, claims life of 86-year-old woman, many reacts as son mourns
The 86-year-old woman succumbed to the deadly coronavirus. Photo credit: @theafolayan
Source: Twitter

Tweep with the handle @3eyedpixel wrote:

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"Hey Bro, accept my condolences. No matter how old our loved ones get, it’s never easy to say goodbye, but she’s in a better place now. So sorry for your loss."

Another Twitter user asked him to stay strong.

@buchi_alhaji12 commented:

"Bro I’m going through the same thing right now, lost my mom last week. The feelings is crazy but then you have to be strong. May her soul Rest In Peace."

@Eneji_ prayed for the woman to find eternal rest.

@icemekas commented:

"You can not hold those tears when they come but I want you to know that you need to live for her. Just buried mine on November 21, 2020 hoping I will stop crying in my closet when I remember her as I age."

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In a previous report by Legit.ng, Shaka Momoh, the owner of Planet One, a hotel and event centre in Maryland, Lagos, died of the deadly coronavirus.

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News of his demise came to public knowledge after Nigerians took to Twitter to pay tributes to the deceased.

He was said to have died at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) on Thursday, January 14.

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