It is a very sad period for family and friends of late Mrs Diekolola Osa Avielele, after her unfortunate death following childbirth complications she encountered after giving birth to her son. Late Mrs Diekolola Osa Avielele died on Saturday 18th day of July, 2020.
Late Diekolola Osa died 1 week after giving birth to her baby boy. According to her family, she developed childbirth complications which ultimately took her life barely 1 week after giving birth. Her son is alive and healthy. Mrs Diekolola Osa was a popular events center owner.
Both family and friends have expressed shock over her death. It was supposed to be a moment of happiness because of the arrival of a new child, but the entire family have been thrown into mourning. Childbirth complications is what kills many mothers and their newborn babies in most parts of Africa.
It something our medical practitioners hasn't been able to completely eradicate. It is true that number of childbirth complications is not as rampant as it was some few years back, but more needs to be done so that our mothers can have safe delivery without much issues.
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