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Friday, January 15, 2021

Nigerian Actress Dies Of COVID 19 Complications....

Rivers state born Nollywood actress, Sotonye Green has died of COVID-19.
The news was made public by her friend, Debby King on her Instagram account...


 



Sotonye Green was a budding actress known by many notable names in Nollywood.

48 comments:

  1. Covid19 is real!!!
    Rest in peace beautiful one.

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    1. Rest in peace my bonny sister. This shit is real.

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    2. Rip.

      At this point is it really safe for the children to resume school?

      God please heal the world .

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    3. I know Sotonye,went to school with her.
      Heard abt this yesterday.
      RIP dear.... Really feel for her family.

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    4. So many covid deaths are attributed to malaria and typboid especially for low income families. So many people are treating covid in their houses especially abroad returnees and i know one at least. Be safe out there.

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  2. Really sad she died

    I'm just scared that certain deaths that arose from other causes are getting attributed to Covid and vice versa

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    1. It should be the other way. Covid deaths are underreported.

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    2. Be educated that covid-19 brings out and hype other sicknesses in the body. It feeds on hidden ailments.
      If a person has full blown AIDS, they test positive to tuberculosis and other sicknesses. Please inform yourself.

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    3. cause of death will still be aids related complications.

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    4. You dont know what underling's;ying problem she may have had like asthma it makes covid worse ...They are actually not reporting all the covid death because most die at home or prayer house

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    5. Anon 10:48 you are so right. Covid looks for the weak areas in your health system to aggravate them. Please stay safe.

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  3. Rest in peace. This shit is getting scaring each day.

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  4. May her soul rest in peace🙏

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  5. In Lagos State alone 27 people died yesterday.The virus is spread.Expect more bad news as mourning families release info and pictures, they no longer hiding. People are not lying no more.

    Sleep on Sotonye Dublin-Green.

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    1. I don't know which one spreads faster! The virus or your grammar?

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    2. 🤣🤣🤣 you be real amebo woman

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    3. Who is no longer hiding, the virus or what?
      RIP Sotonye.

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  6. May God rest your soul Sotonye

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  7. This is really painful, rest in peace beautiful one.

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  8. Ewooo! May God grant her peaceful rest. We should be more careful. COVID is real.

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  9. Stella you didn't include the part where they said you have to bribe the caretakers before you get an oxygen

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  10. Rip to her. Late last night, we got news that le boo's mother has been kidnapped by bandits. We have been unable to sleep. This MFs are demanding for 20m. Where's the money? So distraught

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    1. we pray she is returned back to her family alive in Jesus name.

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  11. Oh dear
    It's becoming real
    Rip to her

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  12. I can't afford to spend this year writing RIP up and down God, please heal Nigeria and the world at large.
    RIP beautiful, rest with the angels💐.

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  13. This second wave is really scary. May her soul rest in peace.

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  14. Kai this is getting scary o.. rest in peace beautiful lady.
    I'm even scared of young out,been indoors since this week.I want to go and buy another set of birds for my poultry but if I remember covid,fear will just grip me and I'll sit back.
    God pls come through for us.

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  15. Adieu Sotonye 😢
    May the Lord take away the
    reproach of this corona from us
    To the living I remind,
    God does not forgive the soul after death
    but when a living soul repents, he forgives.
    Remember the story of Lazarus and the rich man?

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    1. 'God does not forgive the soul after death'?
      Isn't that just myopic?
      Ki le n fi Olorun pe?

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    2. 1 Peter 3:18-20
      1 Peter 4: 6
      1 Corinthians 15:29

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    3. @13:16 (who is also 13:12)
      Talking about 1 Peter 3:18-20
      Are you "a spirit that sinned in the time of Noah when the ark was being built?"
      It is appointed unto a human to die once and after that comes the judgment. Heb. 9:27
      Jesus told us how the rich man was begging for Lazarus to go to his family house to talk
      to his brothers and it was denied. Moses told him that they have the prophets, the preachers
      to listen to while alive. In fact, the rich man was not even asking to be admitted where
      Lazarus was.
      So dear, if you have not repented, now is the time, not after you are dead.

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    4. So if the gospel is being preached to those disobedient spirits who died during the flood, does that not tell you that the mercies of God extends beyond this mortal existence?My dear judgement sure comes after death but is it immediately? The figure 6 comes after 3. Right? But we all know we have 4 and 5 in between 6 and 3.

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    5. @16:46
      "Spirits that sinned in the time of Noah..."
      NOT "humans that sinned..."
      Go to the time of Noah and read and see, Gen. 6 and understand.
      Another Scripture that will help you understand...
      Angels who left their first estate...he has reserved in everlasting chains for the judgment Jude 1:6
      Don't you know that you will judge angels...? 1 Cor. 6:3
      ...To preach freedom to the prisoners Luke 4:18
      This may seem hard for you to understand now but the abc of it is Luke 16:19-31
      Lazarus and the Rich man; no ambiguity.

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  16. She looks so young, my heart goes out to her family. I hear oxygen and access to ventilators is not available in every hospital. Please stay safe because you can't fly anywhere for treatment, you have to deal with what your finances and location gives you access to.

    I know all the rich folks did not think there would ever be a day when they couldn't hop on a private jet and go get great medical care where ever. If this pandemic isn't motivation for African leaders to build up their medical and pharmaceutical industries I do not know what is.

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    1. They can't give what they don't have

      They have wickedness , poverty mentality and greed

      They do not have initiative for useful things

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