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17-Year-Old Girl Who Bagged Seven A1s In 2019 WASSCE Dies Of Cancer

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Seventeen-year-old Chisom Chukwuneke who was the best candidate in the 2019 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) in her school has died after a battle with blood cancer.

“Forever in our hearts! Only a moment you stayed, but what an imprint you left in our Hall of Fame,” her school, Graceland College in Enugu said in a statement on its Facebook page confirming the teenager’s demise. “A truly outstanding student! Rest In Peace Chisom!”

She died on October, 18th, 2020 in South Africa and had bagged seven distinctions during last year’s WASSCE.

Chisom’s father identified as Felix Chukwuneke equally took to his Facebook page to narrate how his daughter’s sickness started, explaining that it all began with leg pain.

Just like a dream but the realities are crystal now. Just a pain on the leg that snowballed to a devastating episode, the battle started earnestly. I hear you call, ‘daddy my leg is paining me’. I watch as you lie abed with pain,” the father, a lecturer, began in his tribute to the daughter.

As restless and worried as I can be, I promised to do everything humanly possible. With glaring poor health care in Nigeria. Off we went to South Africa. We were happy at your initial recovery, not knowing the war was just to begin.

“We fought it together for more than a year in SA. You were an embodiment of intelligence of inestimable value. Above all an indefatigable personality, courageous in the face of glaring uncertainty. You were strong, philosophical.

My strength even in sickness, you wanted your dad freed while you go on to rest. In the bosom of our Lord where there is no more pain. You spoke in parables about a special gift 10 days earlier and left a day to my birthday.

“Never did I know your gift you promised was your glorious exit. You exhibited virtuoso and dazzling intellects to the bewilderment of the doctors at Wits Donald Gordon Hospital, Parktown, Johannesburg, South Africa.”

Also known as leukaemia, blood cancer is a disease that sees the bone marrow and other blood-forming organs produce more immature or abnormal leukocytes. This subdues the production of normal blood cells.

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Nigerian lady begs to join Billionaire Ned Nwoko’s family As 8th Wife

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Ned Nwoko’s fame and fortune has continued to draw young women to himself despite being a polygamist with a harem of wives.

With 7 wives already in the pack, one Tessy Diemiruaye has openly expressed her attraction for the billionaire whose most recent is a Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels.

According to the young lady who flooded her Instagram page with the pictures of Ned Nwoko explicitly noted that she wants to be the 8th wife.

Sharing a photo of the successful businessman, Tessy wrote;

“I want to be your 8th Wife just let me know when you are ready but I black o 😔😔 I Nur Yellow like the rest o😢 But I dey Catch Fire 🔥🔥.”

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DNA Test: Nigerian Lady Says A Responsible Man Sees Every Child As His Investment Whether The Kid Is His Or Not

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A Nigerian lady identified as Chidera Gloria Chukwuma, has said men do not need to conduct a DNA test before playing a father’s role on a child.

Chidera who took to Facebook, said that a responsible man sees every child as his own whether he is the biological father or not.

Her statement is coming on the heels of a DNA test story which has been trending on social media for few days of a man named Tunde Thomas who allegedly died of depression after he found out that his two children belongs to his wife’s boss.

The lady wrote;

“You don’t need DNA test result before playing a father role on a child..a responsible man See’s every child as his investment wether the kid is yours or not… financially broke creatures will take advantage of this to question their wife’s faithfullness….it is only a failed gender that demand for DNA test”

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