A popular online gadgets vendor known simply as Tomi has died after it was alleged that he had been poisoned. The sad incident reportedly happened over night.
The death of the gadgets vendor who sold different gadgets including, Android phones and iPhones online and offline, has had a lot of people sending their heartfelt condolences and writing sad good-bye messages.
One of those persons who have sent their goodbye messages is a young girl who is known on Twitter as Arike Abiola. From the wordings of the goodbye message which Arike wrote for Tomi, it could be deduced that the two were really in love before his death.
It is not easy losing a loved one, especially when you share something really intimate with the person who is no more. So it is understandable when this particular girl writes that she can't wait to be with him again.
She wrote in a tweet "We will meet again Adetomiwa mi. I love you and I can’t wait for us to be reunited." She added in another tweet which she sent just minutes after "God snatched my happiness from me".
So many persons have expressed sadness over the unfortunate event, with some persons asking why people are so wicked that they would poison a young vibrant man who was trying to make a legitimate living for himself.
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