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Monday, June 15, 2020

Lagos Senator Bayo Osinowo Reportedly Dies Of COVID-19 Complications

Lagos Senator Bayo Osinowo has reportedly died in Lagos on Monday June 15th of complications from COVID-19.






The four-time Lagos House of Assembly member was elected a senator in 2019.
He was representing Lagos East constituency in the Senate.
from pmnews

41 comments:

  1. Goodnight Sen Bayo.
    So painful.

    The spread in Lagos is unimaginable and some ignorant ones are calling for schools to reopen,open bawo?


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    1. As in people are calling it a scam and living ignorantly.
      Rest in peace. What a year!!

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    2. The four-time Lagos House of Assembly member RIP sir

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    3. Very sad indeed. A lot of people are taking it lightly in Lagos. People as living their lives like nothing is happening..

      RIP to senator Bayo

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    4. Na now corona virus enter Nigeria

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    5. A lot of people don't believe covid exist in this Lagos, I pirry them.
      The good thing is that I think the strain we have here in Nigeria is a milder one.

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  2. Stella please i plead with you to help pull ears of Nigerians this thing is REAL...another SAN just died as well ..please please please be careful

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  3. Wow! May his soul rest in peace

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  4. Rest in peace Senator.

    Those that claim they don't know anyone that have died from Covid 19. I hope you have heard of one person today? Please keep safe, protect yourself and others.

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    1. They will still say it is a lie. RIP Senator.

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    2. Those people want to see their neighbors, not their own family before they believe. Witchcraft it is..

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    3. What you said is so real. I was deeply disturbed and flabbergasted when a doctor was saying have I seen anyone to die from the virus or do i know of anyone that contracted the virus. I mean if a medical doctor is sowing seeds of doubt, only God can save the gullible. Covid-19 is real.

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    1. Sad news😭😭😭May God give his families fortitude to bear this great loss.

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    2. That family will really shake. Pepperito is the back bone of his entire family both nuclear and extended

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  6. May his soul rest in peace. This is sad!

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  7. My former street was named after him....

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  8. Let's all keep safe everyone, covid19 is real!

    Rest on Senator

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  9. This is heart breaking, God please can we just survive 2020! 👏


    Call me 🤙

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  10. God pls protect us from evil

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  11. Can we uninstall this chewnety chewnety? I don tire

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  12. Eeyah.
    May God rest his soul.
    Corona is real ooo

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  13. I pity us Nigerians. It seems the money we spend on education is a mere waste, because we hardly use our thinking & reasoning faculties. Some people still believe covid is not real.

    My hubby had covid 2 months ago, I had to take care of him as his case was not deemed as critical, therefore he was not admitted in the hospital. We live in Canada. He was severely ill, with excruciating pains all over the body, loss of taste & smell etc. He had all the symptoms apart from coughing and difficulty in breathing. All he did was sleep a lot because he was terribly weak and could barely stand up, he took loads of water and vit C as advised by the doctors. He was back on his feet after 9 days However, I did not manifest any symptom at all. I was asymptomatic. During this period, we still slept on the same bed.

    I read the post where people stated affirmatively that they had varying degrees of symptoms, ranging from sore throat, loss of sense of smell & taste, body aches, headache etc. Still, they claimed that they used typhoid & malaria and they became well.

    In most patients, covid will take its due course ranging from 3 -14 days and it will go irrespective of any drug used. Your malaria/typhoid drug did not treat covid, it only ran its due course.

    Please let us be more cautious as this pandemic is real. It has come to stay, and we need to learn how to safeguard ourselves pending when a vaccine is discovered.

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    1. I am glad your hubby, beat Covid. It is real. I had eight coworkers, who had it. I was lucky. Most people only had loss of taste and smell. Truth is, it does not affect everyone the same way. I mean just look at the case of the Broadway actor. It’s being almost three months and he’s still dealing with complications that occurred while battling Covid. He is 31, healthy and had no underlying health issues.

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    2. It’s *been* not being almost three months

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    3. @18:05, you are right that it affects people differently. I also think the amount of the virus one was exposed to matters. And if you got it from someone who was sick vs someone who was asymptomatic. These and more could affect the severity of the symptoms.

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    4. It hasn't come to stay but to pass in the same manner that it came. Let's not glorify this virus beyond what it is- a virus

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  14. so sad, and some nigerians
    are saying covid 19 is a scam.

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  15. May his soul rest in peace

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  16. May his soul rest in peace.
    2020 what a year..

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  17. May his soul rest in peace

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  18. A lot of people still don't believe this disease is real,I went to Oyigbo market here in Lagos, everyone is just rubbing their bodies together, nothing like social distancing and only few of us where wearing mask,I was so scared that I couldn't wait to be through to leave the market.

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    1. Face shield is just 1,000. Why are people risking their lives?!.

      God help us

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  19. i am even tired of eduacting people on this Covid19. they dont believe its real. then i will ask why then do you cover your mouth and nose? some will respond "cos of police" while some will just say "to protect myself" while laughing.

    GOD please heal us.

    BTW..I like the way hubby work is this time. one day in a week. the rest na holiday. i pray i no go carry belle again o

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