The fact is that nobody wants to die whether young or old, but then death is inevitable.
Remember that many weeks ago, a female police officer was shot at the House of Assembly By-Elections for Ekiti East Constituency. This news is truly heartbreaking. The female officer, Sergeant Olawoye Bukola was caught in the middle of violence and she later passed on at the hospital.
However, a recent interview with BBC Yoruba which was seen here, showed how the woman who raised bukola cried bitterly as she explained the impact Bukola played in her life. In the video, the woman said when bukola wanted to join the Nigerian Police Force, she wasn't very positive but they had looked for a job but they didn't find any.
She said whenever bukola gets paid her monthly salary, she gives her money to feed, stating that there was nothing she could do by herself because she sells cooked rice. She also said her bukola promised to stop her from selling rice this year because enough is enough. The woman said she wants the government to help send Bukola's two children to school.
In the video, she said that whenever bukola comes home, she plays with the kids, then sweep and clean her sitting room. She said bukola would clear her bed, cook for her and tell her to rest till she leaves. The woman said Bukola would also wash her clothes and check her body to see if she was okay. She said bukola did a lot for her.
In another part of the video, other family members spoke about Bukola.
After this video surfaced online, many people have been reacting. A lot of people have shared their condolences.
Here are some reactions to the video:
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Source: BBC YORUBA
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