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Lady dies 2-months after posting ‘if I die during Lockdown no need for autopsy’

A lady identified as Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme has died two months after she took to social media to announce that if she dies, there will be no need for her autopsy.

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Lady dies 2-months after posting 'if I die during Lockdown no need for autopsy'
Lady dies 2-months after posting ‘if I die during Lockdown no need for autopsy’

According to the information on her obituary, she died after a brief illness on the 12th of June, 2020.

Some friends who appear to be close to the late Sandra said she died of Ulcer.

According to a Facebook user, who also penned down her tribute to the late Sandra, Amarachi Queendaline, She reportedly died of Ulcer.

Amarachi wrote, “I don’t believe that it was Ulcer that killed you, Only God knows what happened. Keep resting in the bossom of the Lord.

The 22-year-old woman who hails from Abia State will be buried on Friday, 3rd of July in her home town.

Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme wrote on Facebook on April 4: “If I die in this lockdown no need for autopsy. Na yam and red oil and garri with salt kill me.”

See her obituary below:

Friends and loved ones have taken to her account to express their sadness and disbelief at the news of her death.

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Also, because of her post, some people are of the opinion that the late Sandra died of hunger.

However, a friend has also come out to debunk those claims. According to the friend, Sandra is a chef and her family is very comfortable.

She also noted that she only posted the said post for fun and that she even copied the post from her (Amarachi).

Amarachi wrote, ” Please and please is not hunger that killed Sandra. She copied this particular post from me and posted for fun. She is a Chef and her family is very comfortable.

“Stop spreading this fake news please,” she added.

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