Even though death is certainly an inevitable reality of human existence, we often get shocked when anyone close to us dies because no one always knows the next person to die.
Nigeria's former legislator in Person of Shehu Sani took to his Facebook page some minutes ago to mourn a beautiful lady from his state (Kaduna) who died today.
According to his post, she's a very hard-working and dedicated beautiful woman who is obviously the Oprah of Kaduna. Even though the cause of her death was not revealed, Check out his post below:
"Racheal Bakam; a couple of times she interviewed me in her syndicated TV program. She was a hard working and dedicated woman ahead of her time in ideas and vision. She was a woman passionate about her people and always striving to positively project them to the world. A Big dream cut short by death.
She was our own Oprah. A lady with an indomitable spirit and a resilient soul. A great loss to kaduna state and the country at large. may her soul rest in peace. Amen"
Below are some reactions from Facebook users:
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