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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Makeup Artist Adenike Ogungbe Dies

Adenike Ogungbe is the Ceo of EWAR makeovers. She gave birth to a baby girl yesterday through CS in Lantoro hospital in Abeokuta and has been in coma since. She was confirmed dead this afternoon, but her baby survived. May her soul rest in peace.




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  1. dear lord! rest in peace nike

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    1. May her soul rest in petfect peace.... So so sad.



      DR. FIBROIDS

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    2. Ladun Liadi.....please. there are so many euphemisms you could use to pass the message across ..... is dead, is dead....

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    3. Dear lord.. Coma? Why didn't she travel? RIP..

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    4. ... Travel to where and for what? Pls shush

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  2. So sad! RIP

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  3. Its so sad, I am stil in shock

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    1. So sad dear, I pity d husband

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  4. omg!!!! pliz was it Nigeria??? if so, the need to do somthng about the care they giv to women during child birth..so sad. RIP. May we not hear such news again. this is terribly sad!

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    1. Lantoro hospital, Abeokuta and you ask if it was in Nigeria? Smdh4u...RIP EWAR

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    2. Can't u read? Mtcheeeeeeew......

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    3. anon 10:04, ladun edits her topics as comments roll in. it wasnt defined b4. it was jst dat the lady had passed. so he/she probly dint see it!

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  5. Another beahtiful soul wasted by societal decay. Who will be next? Only time will tell.

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  6. Iro ni o Nike rest in peace

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  7. OMG!! NO! NO! NO! ITS sooo sad! naija please do somthng bout ur healthcare! omg!

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  8. She was a rare gem

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  9. Too sad! such a blessing and an inspiration to many. I heard she lost a son 2 yrs ago sef. RIP Nike You really blessed people with ur talent. Continue to rest with the Lord.

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  10. See why I no go born for this country.... we re living in hell fire people... nothing works here. see this beautiful lady's life wasted due to negligence.. may her angelic soul RIP

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    1. lagos is my home03 July, 2013 20:45

      I see reason now why psqaure baby mama went to london even though she didn't have d money... Nigeria is in such a deep mess , beautiful lives cut short due to negligence and decay ..

      So sad, RIP . May God comfort her loved ones

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    2. My sister you have said it due to negligence. It is so painful. Here in the UK, woman dying from complications during childbirth is rare!!! Haba!! Abeg, I am tired jare. May her soul rest in peace.

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    3. Abeg you people should stop spitting this your nonsense statement 'nothing works in Nigeria'. I know many people who gave birth in Island maternity, and other government hospitals who did not die. What is wrong with Nigerians? Why do you people derive joy from cursing your country? When you say nothing works in Nigeria, how will something work? You think the power of life and death is in the hospital you go for delivery. Or you've not heard of people who went abroad for surgery and died afterwards. Please stop making that negative statement. Something will work in my own Nigeria, maybe nothing will work in yours. RIP Nike.

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    4. The truth is health care services in nigeria are poor. Lets face it. No need to deceive our self on the state of our nation. Its not just health services alone but other areas as well. Dammy are u aware that polys and universities are on strike? Do u know what happened to medical students in uniabuja? Do u not think there is a link between the training of our medical students and the service thet would render when they become doctors? The whole system is messed honestly. I dont know dammy if ur home or office is powered by nepa on a regular My business is struggling due to the diesel i but each time. Customers are complaining about the price of my services but what can i do than to pass over the cost of my generators to them. The lack of power alone can run down any health care system. You only need to go to luth and ask how much they spend each month on diesel.Its sad. We are in dip shit!! Honestly i am at a loss on this nigerian issue. Without the enabling environment humans can never thrive. We just have to put the right things in place. Your statement " something will work in my own nigeria " im sorry to bust ur bubble is just wishful thinking. Are u a magician? Nigeria is falling apart. The institutions are just too too weak. We do not curse the country but tell it as it is. There is no use trying to bury our head in the sand just because we delude ourselves that we are a giant. There is a difference between a paper tiger and a real tiger. We are by the day looking like the paper giant of africa. May nike ogungbe find peace with the lord.
      The good nigerian.

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    5. Well said dammy!RIP nike!

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    6. Lagos is my Home04 July, 2013 15:57

      Dammy, it is not a CURSE but a FACT , Nothing works in Nigeria . The earlier Nigerians accept it and find a way the better ........ You r only deceiving urself or live in "la la land" if you think Nigeria is working .

      Anyway , everyone has their acceptable standard , .I have observed that Nigerians greatest problem is that we accept mediocrity as acceptable standard . Goodluck to you if the current shambles works for you

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    7. I'm not living a fantasy, neither am I denying the fact that so many things have gone wrong in this country. This is the crux of my comment, your Nigeria is what you make of it. You keep complaining that nothing works in Nigeria, yet some people are making themselves comfortable through legitimate means. Negativity won't bring about any change. Ask yourself, what positive change am I making in my small enclave? I would rather live in 'la la' land and watch my 'la la' become a reality, than emphasise the hopelessness of the situation (without taking any step to contribute my quota) and watch my negativity become my reality.
      And so I repeat, something works in my Nigeria.
      If I carry placards and boycott activities in the Ministry of health, stop the Minister of health from entering his office, demand that doctors be well paid, y'all will seat in the comfort of your parlor watching me on TV, you'll even discourage me with your negative comments. DO something about the Nigeria and stop saying nothing works.

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  11. We pray for her departed soul.......RIP Ma'am

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  12. Choi!!! Dis is really sad, she's so beautiful, but why? Who r we to question God. May ur beautiful soul RIP

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  13. It is sadden

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  14. SHE DID NOT HAVE THE BABY IN NIGERIA... OF YOU LIKE GO TO TBE MOON, SAFETY IF OF THE LORD. RIP Nike

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    1. Yes she did! Go back nd read again!

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    2. Things like this rarely happen in d western world. Smh for Nigeria; this has been d case since I was a kid. So common it is almost expected!

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    3. The point is Nigeria needs a better health care system coz many women loose deir lives during child birth coz dey dnt have wat it takes to keep d mother and help her stay alive...Only God can save som1 in dat country..Doh i believ she wud hav gone to a gud hospital, only God really knows wat went wrong. its too sad. No need for arguement. RIP!

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    4. Hiss, learn to write properly

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    5. TEACH YOUR MOTHER HOW TO WRITE FIRST. I LIVE IN THE US AND I HAVE SEEN COUNTLESS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE CASES.

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    6. Even in the presence of death u ppl cannot be humbled. Insulting each other for such pointless arguments. God be with u

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    7. Haha I don't understand u pls. Try to rephrase ur sentences. If u live in d US so? Me I live in the Bush. Here in the US, many doctors can do CS with their eyes closed while the patient is wide awake..deaths during child birth is one of the rarest case in the US I live in. U live in the US and u write nonsense. I can't make sense outta what u wrote.. RIP Nike!

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    8. @20:12 safety is indeed of the LORD,know a family friend who travelled to the US for delivery about 5. Years ago, she died and got buried there,but the baby girl survived...may her soul sleep in PEACE!!

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  15. Am still in shock @ ur demise,its rily sad 2 knw dat such a talent is gone,u were a source of inspiration 2 upcoming Mua n d best in d make up industry,ur 1 of my role model n was hoping 2 meet u soon...may ur beautiful soul be laid 2 eternal rest n God give ur family n frnds d fortitude 2 bear d great loss...u Ll alwais be remembered n greatly missed...Sun re Denike....BPM

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  16. R.I.P Nike. May God Almighty comfort ur family. AMEN. Oma Baby.

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  17. Lord have mercy. May her soul rest in peace. Really sad news.

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  18. Such sad and painful news,Rest in peace dear, God knows best

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  19. Thank you Ladun for the correct information. She died in Abeokuta and not in London

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  20. EWOOOO. This beautiful woman is dead? as in gone to rise up no more? naija why na? the death of all our young people is out of control. Yes, the grace of God is sustaining us but let us face reality that naija has wasted the lives of many due to bad or no healthcare/working facilities. THis is too sad

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  21. CS, our health system is a disgrace! may your soul rest in peace. Late all these people will be wondering why our celebs travel abroad to give birth, why won't they? when people die everyday in Nigeria like chickens, and for no cause. CS should not and is not supposed to kill a woman.

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    1. Doctors were on strike........so sad

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    2. People die from CS everywhere... Don't be so ignorant

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    3. Yes people die from CS everywhere. However the difference is that in some countries it is very rare as it is like a walk in the park but in nigeria, can we say the same. The answer is a big NO. Maternal mortality rate is abysmal in naija and the earlier people like u wake up from ur slumber the better for everyone.

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    4. Anonymous 13:14, thank you!! as for you dimwit (anonymous 11:21) since people die 'all the time' from CS, I hope you lose someone in Nigeria to it, maybe then you'll change your sermon.

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  22. So sad, RIP Adenike we luv u but God Luv u Most.

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  23. What is wrong with u ladun? U r not credible anymore. She died in the uk.

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    1. She died in nigeria not in the uk

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  24. For people who think corruption is a harmless and victimless crime i hope they see this..no wonder people go into fasting and praying immediately any form of operation is introduced as an option..
    really really sad,madam ladun can you let us know if the baby survived ?

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    1. hummmm when are we going to say Enough is enough. Last Sunday my uncle Senator Ewherido had a stroke before he died , different senators and Delta State Governor Udughan were working round the clock to get Air Ambulance to take him out before he passed

      They have all killed our country , shame shame on . Nothing works again, the whole system is rapidly falling into pieces

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    2. its really heartbreaking, for every known face like this lady that has died as a result of our apalling healthcare system, imagine how many thousands who are unknown and unsung have died

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  25. May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace

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  26. What I heard was that she initially refused the CS even though doctors told her she could die. It was when there was no more hope that she finally gave her consent but by then it was too late.
    Thankfully, her baby survived.

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    1. Can someone explain to me why most Nigerians are against CS? Its no biggie. So what is the problem

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    2. Laduns biggest fan03 July, 2013 23:23

      Maybe she had pre-eclampsia/eclampsia. Very sad.

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    3. That is naija mentality and needs to change. People need to be educated on various basic medical practices so they can make an informed choice if needed. Ignorance is d no 1 killer in that country!

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    4. @laduns biggest fan, exactly what my mum said. I dnt get why naija pple think CS is bad. Here in Canada and even US, pple usually schedule a CS becos dats what they want, especially Hollywood pple!!

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    5. Laduns biggest fan04 July, 2013 21:17

      Anonymous 04 July, 2013 20:32; I had all mine by CS due to asthma. I have palpitations and the doctors said I would find it too hard to push and go through labour. Easy peasy. They scheduled my deliveries two weeks to the due dates and they were done. Also, I had no side effects from the epidural. The CS for Nike should have been decided by the last trimester of her pregnancy and not waiting until it's late. This is very sad.
      Here, they call people who do CS "too posh to push" because of all the "stars" who choose it. In actual fact, most are done due to underlying conditions.

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  27. Ignorance is a disease. CS can kill anywhere in d World and being in a Coma is enough to kill with. Read Ecclampsia nd its complications am sure dats what she had. It kills anywhere worldwide.

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    1. shut up there and stop speculating ....Until u have her medical report in ur hand have several seats

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    2. your cluelessness is amazing.so your explanation actually justifies the state of health care including the alarmingly high maternal and child fatalities in nig?
      what is the ratio of death to the ones that survive in NIG compared to developed countries? or in your absurd rationalisations they are same

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    3. How can CS kill? I had all 3 of my kids by CS (thank God). CS takes less than 1 hour from sedating you, cutting you open, and bringing the baby out and sewing you back. Only in Naija will CS be a big deal or a killer. And how did ecclampsia enter Nike's case, did Ladun mention that? Do you know what you are you talking about. And before you rubbish your mouth I know what i'm saying, i'm a practising physician. Nonsense. RIP Adenike.

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    4. My friend was lucky enough to be in the uk, she had the same condition but she's alive today because of God n good health care system

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    5. @anon 07;48
      if you are a physician, then you most of all should know that you can't compare the birthing experience of 2 different women.
      so because you successfully had CS and you were ok,that means no one dies of CS in NIG??
      we are talking about appalling healthcare system, starting from the outdated equipments to medical personnel without the requisite knowledge, and you are using your own personal experience to justify this..na wa for you o

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  28. Na wa rest in peace

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  29. Olorun maje ki ota mo ojo ikunle mi! RIP Nike. May God protect and keep all we pregnant mommas who don't have d means to go give birth outside 9ja.

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    1. Amin o. Ati emi na. Amen.

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  30. May she rest in peace.


    Ayibumakolo.com

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  31. I heard her first child was a still born, then she lost another baby 2yrs ago now d 3rd baby survived but she didn't.I'm not trying to be superstituos but....

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    1. I am superstitious o. Hoooo Haaaaaa!!It is not ordinary. I haff said my own. RIP Nike.

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    2. i remember seeing her pregant many years ago so it cant be this baby , it so sad for her to lose her life now , all the pain just to be a mother . God knws best

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    3. Maybe death was hovering over her and her life was taken for her baby's life. Spiritual matters are so underestimated. Rest in peace.

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  32. We keep blaming our govt, what ave u and I done to contribute to d development of our dear nation? How many of our reproductive age seek pre-conception care and proper antenatal care? Child birth should no longer be a death sentence if we all are informed. Ignorance kills. If we seek medical help @ d appropriate places @ d appropriate time, maternal mortality can be reduced. This must ave been anoda case of eclampsia. May her gentle soul rest in peace.

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    1. U r right. Studies have shown that early attendance for antenatal sessions are notoriously low in Nigeria. This however is mostly among the less educated and poor, of which I feel this woman most probably isn't. Still, I can't wrap my head arnd why she decide to have her baby in Lantoro hospital. Why not LUTH at least. It isn't all good, but I believe it shld be better.

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  33. This is so sad. I lost my dearest cousin last month. Who had a baby, 21 years after her first child. Because of stupid health care. I wonder the stupid doctor who felt it was wise for her to push normally. She died and the baby died. Such a waste. Naija health care is dead, even two days ago my someone I know lost his new born baby because of the doctors strike in ph, no incubator and the baby died of lack of oxygen I can't imagine the pain of the mother Cs and yet nothing to show for it. If they want to steal our money they can but give us good health care so we can at least survive.

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    1. ABIOOOOOO!!!!!!!!

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    2. And yet drs get criticised for going on strike to protest d absolute lack of facilities!ask ur leaders wat happens to d money budgetted for health each yr and its reflection on d average govt hspital!

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  34. Hun! Ile 'nje yan, eniyan o funra...life is trully unfair. RIP!

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  35. So sad! Rest in Peace beautiful lady. I learned to tie gele recently just by watching u on Youtube. U were just so wonderful?

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  36. Laduns biggest fan03 July, 2013 23:21

    Tears for Nike. Rest in peace beautiful. May God strengthen your loved ones. Amen.

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  37. Rest in peace sad

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  38. *Sigh*...Smh...Lord!

    R.I.P beautiful woman. Wow! :(

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  39. Rip beauttiful one,

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  40. May her soul rest in peace. So incredible and sad indeed.

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  41. She probably had pre-eclampsia which if she lived abroad would have been monitored closely as it leads to maternal mortality...Nigeria being Nigeria probably dismissed her swollen feet and blamed her job for it..last minute CS is not enough to save a woman at this point..may her beautiful soul rest in peace.

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    1. Dear anon,Nigeria has long gone past d era of overlooking swollen feet!Hav solid evidence b4 making such conclusions hun!

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  42. May her gentle soul rest in peace...
    The mention of eclamsia and its complications above gave me d shivers, pls babes don't joke with ur health o. I just had a baby girl myself & I am happy I decided to have her abroad if not I wld hav been no more,my doctor never warned me here abt d complications only for doctors to battle for hours to save my life in the UK. I just pray the health system in Nigeria improves very soon.

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  43. anyone can die anywhere thats true but the rate at which people die in african countries is too much. they die from easily preventable diseases. all our doctors from the good universities have gone abroad, can we blame them? a country that does not prioritize health and education. i know that snake might have hand in Nike's matter but still the devil works with what he has. he is not God. if our hospitals were better, half of the deaths that happen will not happen. how can people still be dying from ordinary malaria in this country. OMG I dont even want to imagine what her family is going through. God please blow your peace upon them. amen.

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  44. U don't put her to sleep dumb doctors, u numb the area to make incision. God will judge cuz he knows best. May she RIP! Thank God for the life of her daughter.

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    1. God know s best,I had my baby in the Uk through CS nd I was put to sleep due to some issues I had during the pregnancy nd during labour.

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  45. She died in Sagamu,and the baby girl survived!May her soul continue to rest in perfect peace!Adieu dearest Adenike Ogungbe(Ewar).

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  46. May her gentle soul rest in d bossom of d Lord. Amen. Are u tired of fake hairs? Why not grab high quality,money-back guarantee hairs. Just ping and they 're all yours! Pin: 2906ADBB

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  47. RIP NIKE. This is so sad

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  48. So sad, RIP Denike Ogungbe.

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  49. Sleep on Nike, now I dnt blame our celeb dat go abroad to give birth. Princess kemisola.

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  50. So sad, RIP Denike Ogungbe.

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  51. @Anonymous. 3 july: 20.12 pm, you are so dumb because she did give birth in Nigeria. Have you read other information on her death. RIP! Our healthcare system is among the worst in the world.

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  52. This is not fair! i love her gele tutorial on youtube, i've been using that style ever since i watched it. OMG! this is so sad... may her soul rest in perfect peace.

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  53. Nigeria is wasting the lives of its young people , no jobs, no gud health system nd its just a few that are making it out there! Somebody has to be held responsible! Nig govt is so corrupt nd does nt hve the people intrest at heart. I am a medical doctor here in the UK nd I hve seen Nigeria s top govt officials commin for treatment with their family members payin ridiculous amount as hospital bills nd I just used to wonder why they can't use such mony to get all the equipment nd expertise to develop all the teaching hospitals back home! God is going judge them ! RIp Ewa

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    1. DR abeg you too do your own part by helping the medical personnel in nig..oyinbo doctors who have no connection with africa are dedicating their time and expertise to come to africa and stay a couple of weeks offering free drugs,treatments e.t.c you can gather a couple of your colleagues and plan same blaming them only won't solve anything

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  54. I hate to hear that women dies during child birth,it so painful,the health care givers should raise up to the challnges, this must be avoided. RIP

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  55. whatever the problem was, this is getting real much. its so bad that people die more of negligence and costly mistakes both from medical practioners and victims themselves at times as a result of ignorance and poverty. Even when it's a natural death we tend not to accept because of poor healthcare state of our nation. We need help, God help us. It's time to pray for our nation. Eni kan lomo!Rip pretty one.

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  56. I had some of my antenatal classes at the Sacred Heart hospital at Lantoro, I don't know if daz the same hospital daz called Lantoro hospital. It might be the general hospital not too far from there. Either one, none I wld want to have CS in. Like, even vaginal birth, only if na emergency. I don't understand why dis woman dat obviously isn't poor had her first child there. Lots of things can go wrong in first pregnancies, so itz very dangerous to play with it. Oohh, this is so sad. Beautiful woman like this. 32. My age mate (almost). & here I am feeling life is just beginning. This is so sad

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    1. The thing is shocking because she has had a still born before and another that died so last place someone should go near is Lantoro Hospital . Except if she went nearby for an event fell into labour and had to quickly go to any hospital

      Sad sha, may She rest in peace .

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    2. am not sure of what really went wrong but hardly will pregnant women died during child birth in Lantoro. Lantoro (sacred Heart Hospital ) is still one the best hospitals in Ogun State. i gave birth to all my two children there and will still go there if am blessed with any other pregnancy again. they have seiries of doctors on standby and their gyneacology is a white woman. So sad to hear that she died there. RIP Adenike

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    3. ...Ugo, that was not her first but third child. and being rich or poor is not a prerequisite to death after childbirth.

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    4. @anonymous 17:52, ok. 3rd pregnancy but first live child. Itz still the more reason why she shouldn't go to anyhow hospital (ok, Sacred Heart is Lantoro hospital. Good to know. I still wouldn't have given birth there. Mba mba. Lagos for me, thank you very much). And pls my dear, go and do some research. Maternal mortality is highest in the less educated and poor. Especially since in Nigeria where healthcare is pay as you go.

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  57. Landun get ur facts properly she died in london nt nigeria. May her soul RIP

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    1. ... Are the husband to tell us where she died? ITK oshi.

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  58. Rest In Peace Adenike. May God grant you eternal rest and accept your soul. God will grant your family the fortitude to bear the loss. Still can't believe you're gone! O ma shey o. ��

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