22-Year-old Beautiful Girl Dies After Posting on Facebook “If I Die During Lockdown No Need For Autopsy” (PHOTOS)

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Nigerian Lady Dies After Posting If I Die During Lockdown No Need For Autopsy
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A 22-year-old woman has died two months after making a post about death on her Facebook timeline.

On 4th April 2020 Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme had posted a controversial statement on her Facebook Timeline which read:  “If I die in this lockdown no need for autopsy. Na yam and red oil and garri with salt kill me.”

As some may say, fate played on her and she actually died just two months after the controversial post was made on her social media timeline.

She shared the post also to a facebook group “IGBO NWERE MMADU WORLDWIDE” and the post which stated that if she dies in this lockdown, people should know that the cause of her death would be Yam, red oil, garri, and salt. She added that there should be no need for an autopsy on her body. This post got much attention from the social media group.

Sadly she died indeed after 2 months after the post.

Sandra Chinenye Obioha Ihekwereme was from Umuahia in Abia state but was born and lived in Enugu state before her death. She attended Anglican Girls Grammar School Awkunanaw Enugu.

She will be laid to rest on 3rd July 2020.

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Nigerian Lady Dies After Posting If I Die During Lockdown No Need For Autopsy
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