NAIJ.com gathered that a 19-year-old Nigerian girl identified as Kika Onyibe, who was a Law student at the Birmingham university in the UK, died recently.
According to reports and tributes posted on social media by friends of the deceased, 19-year-old Kika, had travelled all the way from the UK to Lagos, to get treatment for what she thought was an infection.
Instead of the infection, it was discovered that late Kika had a ruptured appendix and was supposed to have surgery to remove it.
Kika eventually died on April 12, following complications from the surgery, leaving behind a host of friends, a brokenhearted boyfriend and a sad family who have not stopped mourning her.
According to Kika's boyfriend, Emmanuel Ayoola, the deceased's last words to her mother when she asked her if was scared of the surgery she was about to have, was “No, I’m at peace. I know where I’m going if I don’t come out and I will be with Jesus.”
See the tribute from Kika's boyfriend below:
Kika's other friends wrote tributes to her, see below:
Another friend, Peace Kamanya, wrote:
Kika will be buried at the Ikoyi cemetery on Tuesday, April 18. RIP to her!
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