22-year-old lady dies 2 months after proclaiming ‘yam and oil’ will kill her

22-year-old lady dies 2 months after proclaiming ‘yam and oil’ will kill her

A 22-year-old lady has reportedly kicked the bucket two months after she posted on the social media platform, Facebook that she will die due to excess consumption of ‘yam and oil’.


The 22-year-old lady identified as Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme shared the post on Facebook amid the nationwide lockdown in April 2020. She disclosed that she is on the verge of dying, hence, it is needless for an autopsy to be carried out.


There are still ongoing investigation to confirm if foul play was involved in her demise.


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


See the post below.



Sandra passed away on June 12. Her obituary says she died “after a brief illness.”


She will be laid to rest on Friday, July 3.


Friends and family of the 22-year-old lady have taken to social media to mourn her demise.


See more pictures below.


Meanwhile, the spectre of suicide is fast becoming a trend in Nigeria among youths.


In a related development, a  student of Obafemi Awolowo University, OAU has reportedly taken his own life. The OAU student identified as Oboh Emmanuel took his own life due to his poor academic performance.


According to information shared by a friend, Thompson on Facebook, the OAU student died as a result of academic depression.
Thompson said Oboh drank otapiapia (local rat poison) which led to his death.
He wrote: “Emmanuel took his life out of depression (Academics). I use to envy dis (sic) young man in Secondary schools. Rest in Peace, Oboh Emmanuel.”

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