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‘Before our mum died, she couldn’t recognise us’ – P-Square opens up

Peter Okoye spoke to an  Encomium magazine reporter:

She has been diabetic for years, and when it
started many months back, we got good doctors to treat her in Jos. But
when we couldn’t get good result, we brought her to Lagos. We took her
to St Nicholas Hospital and everybody who went to see her in the
hospital cried. She had lost a lot of weight and couldn’t recognise us.
She called me Jude. I can never forget that day. 

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She
went through a lot and gradually she got stabilized thereafter she was
moved to the intensive care unit (ICU) and she spent two to three weeks
there. So we thought of moving her to South Africa, India or the US for
proper check up. We eventually took her to India about four weeks ago
and we talked every one hour. The Indian doctors made sure to clean
everywhere before the surgery, and the operation was successful. Our
sisters who were with her confirmed this to us and we were very happy to
hear the good news. She was okay before the eventual death and for a
day one of my sisters was unconscious because she couldn’t believe it.

We wanted to travel to India the following day she died (Thursday July
12) but we changed our plans. Her body arrived Lagos on Sunday July
15th. No concrete arrangement yet on the burial.

 May her soul REST IN PEACE AMEN!!!

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