A 22-year-old Nigerian lady identified as Sandra Chinenye Obioha recently died just two months after she posted about dying during lock-down.

Sources reveal that Sandra who was a chef was ill briefly until her passing on June 12.

Her death shocked many especially her friends and family who had interacted with a post she had made on Facebook about 8 weeks before her death.

She wrote about her dying during this COVID-19 lock-down period in what many of her followers seemed to have perceived as a joke. Some of them even reacted to the post with laughter.

Sandra reportedly died after a brief illness/Queen Cassandra Angel Source: UGC

“If I die during lockdown, no need for an autopsy. Na yam and red oil and garlic with salt kill me,” she wrote.

Following her death, social media users such as Ebeh Nnaemeka Ebeh have gone ahead to warn one another against the power of the tongue.

Some think that maybe this was Sandra’s fate after she declared such a powerful statement.

“RIP GEORGE SANDRA…May you find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Till her death, Sandra was a chef and she was living comfortable. But…Please let’s be more careful with our Tongue, there is power in the spoken words,” Ebeh wrote on Facebook.
Sandra George
Sandra George

According to the burial poster, Sandra will be laid to rest on July 3, 2020.

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