Did He See His Death Coming? See What This Young Ex-Corps Member Posted Few Hours To His Death.
The peace and tranquility of Ugbokolo Town, a small but buzzing town in Benue State, was Saturday 12th September, pierced sore, when the news of the death of a young graduate, who just passed out from the National Youth Service Corps was announced.
Adoko Sunday Adama, popularly known as Lampard or Lampido, because of his love for football, Chelsea and support for the team, was a jolly good fellow by every standard, judging by the tears and accolades that poured in, with regards to his passing away.
According to reports, Sunday was suffering from ulcer related illness and all who heard about his passing away, wondered how come this has degenerated to the point of taking his life.
Did he see his death coming when he posted this? See below:
"Father Lord, I ask to be freed in doubt and to be strong in faith. Wisdom to apply revelation to my everyday life."
The post didn't cause any suspicion or uproar, but when his bosom friend and young social media influencer and lecturer with the Benue State polytechnic, Ugbokolo, Mr. Odisi Alphonsus Odisi, took to his Facebook page to lament the death and passing away of Lampard, so many people started making meanings to the freedom he asked from God...Now it appears he is free at last.
See what his friend Odisi, popularly called 'Skilful Professor' posted on Facebook, announcing his passing away:
"Nobody Is Free! To The Homies That We Lost! Good Bye Lampido! It's Very Painful That You're Gone! May God Accept Your Soul Amen!"
The death is painful and shocking, knowing that the young man plans to better the life of his siblings and parents after graduation and also youth service, but this dream has perished.
Rest in peace Lampido, may your memory be a blessing.
Source: Samsong2 (via Opera News )