It is really saddening when people are quick to make certain confessions from their mouth. Words are powerful, that is the very reason certain words should not be toiled with.
A Facebook user who goes by the name Sandra George had on the 4th day of April, 2020 made a disturbing post on Facebook.
The post had lots of reactions from Facebook users as they took to the comment section to air their views on the matter.
A photo of the post the lady, Sandra George made on her Facebook page before her demise can be seen below.
According to what she posted on her Facebook, these were her exact words;
" If I die in this lock down, no need for autopsy, na yam and red oil and garri and salt kill me".
It is really disturbing that she died barely two months, on the 12th day of June, 2020 after she had made the post. The post had lots of reactions as some people liked the post, some laughed at the post while a few used the sad reaction on the post.
The link to the Facebook post can be seen below.
Quite a lot of people did not hear from the lady after she had made that post, she never came online thereafter, neither did she message anyone on the Facebook messenger application.
The attention of the public was drawn to the lady when a poster as regards her burial was released.
The burial poster for Sandra George can be seen below.
The burial poster has sparked lots of reactions as a lot of people took to the comment section to comment that people should not joke with words. Others went on to type "RIP" as well as sympathized with the family for the loss of such young beautiful lady.
Sandra George was described as such an energetic and vibrant young lady whose loss has created a vacuum that cannot be filled.
Photos of Sandra George before her demise can be seen below.
It is indeed tragic and painful that she had to die so soon. May her soul rest in the bossom of the almighty.
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