The last messages of Nigerian woman, Chidinma Olajide she posted on Facebook before her sad demise in the United Kingdom has been revealed.
She’s one of the few Nigerians mourned by the federal government who lost their lives to coronavirus abroad. She died leaving her two liitle kids and husband. The last one is just six months old.
Chidinma did not just died, she left a message to all of us. In her words on her Facebook page:
“Fear is the wrong approach to coronavirus. Job 3:25 – “What I feared has come upon me; what I dreaded has happened to me.” There are guidelines to follow, pray and follow them. This is the time to be sensible Christians so don’t be afraid; do your part and trust God that, he is ahead of this epidemic.
She also shared her experience as she battled the disease. In her words.
“Until something happens especially to your health that’s when you realise how much God has been good to you.
The last 2 weeks + have been difficult to say the least but for God who watches over us who neither sleeps nor slumbers.
It’s been a loooooong time since I’ve been unwell much less being admitted to the hospital but pneumonia tried it and God gave the doctors wisdom to know what to do. Imagine being unwell at a time like this, I answered question on coronavirus taya!
Pneumonia is one ailment I personally didn’t take seriously but I understand now how God preserved me. Pneumonia is a bacterial infection and not as a result of too much cold in the body.
If you’re looking for a woman powered by God’s grace, I am here. Father for the little things you do that I don’t see or may never know, Lord, I just want to say thank you.
Family, health is wealth. If you’re not doing regular checkups please do. If you have to get healthier with your diet, products, lifestyle in general please do. You can’t put a price on your health. Do your part to stay safe and healthy and let the promises of God be a shield over you and your family. ” she concluded.
Chidinma Olajide died of COVID 19 in the UK some days ago.
She is from Imo State and she is among the 13 Nigerians listed some days ago to have died of Covid19.
Below are the victims of Coronavirus:
Dr. Alfa Sa’adu, UK
Carol Jamabo, UK
Dr. Kole Abayomi, UK
Bode Ajanlekoko, UK
Adeola Onasanya, UK
Ugochukwu Erondu, UK
Chidinma Olajide, UK
Bassey Effiong, US
Apostle Caleb Anya, US
Mrs Mmaete Greg, UK
Akeem Adagun, US
Hajia Laila Abubakar Ali, US
Mrs Patricia Imobhio, US
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