Meet Diekolola, who died from Childbirth complications after giving birth to her baby.
By Eplug | self meida writer
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An event center owner, Diekolola Osa Avielele has passed away as a result of complications from Childbirth Saturday, the 18th of July, 2020. Family and friends of the beautiful entrepreneur are overwhelmed by the sad turn of events.
According to family sources, Diekolola's demise was established about a week after childbirth. She had encountered some complications due to the birth of her baby. However, it was reported that her baby is alive and doing well.
Banke Meshida-Lawal, a celebrity makeup artiste, expressed grief and shock at the news of Diekolola's demise. Banke described her as her dearest friend.
Banke wrote that it was so shattering and the worst new she'd heard. She expressed that she's yet to understand how fate could turn out like this. She further prayed for the husband of the deceased.
See pictures of the deceased mother below:
Sad indeed! I wonder how her little baby will survive without a mother at such a tender age!
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