"What you left for me to carry is heavy" -Man Cries Out As He Lost His Dad To Covid-19
Death is indeed not our friend but enemy, it takes no pity on us neither do it show mercy.
Sometimes death struck us at a point that is so painful and sad.
And leaves us at the mercies of no one.
The coronavirus itself has also caused us more harm, as it has taken away the lives of many people, and both our love ones.
A Nigerian man identified as Nigerian man identified on Twitter as @IamTytanium has taken on his tweeter handle to cry out and shade tears as he lost his father to coronavirus(COVID-19).
He said that his dad was his everything, role model and a great man and knowing that he is no more has struck him and left him helpless.
He went on to disclose that his father has left with him a heavy load to carry and therefore has promised to carry it.
This is indeed painful and sad, many people have consoled him and said good things about his dad, and wished him save journey to the blossom of the Lord.
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