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A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away


 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away

Edu Val, who had been battling stage 4 cancer for over a year, passed away in the early hours of this morning in Lagos.
He was in so much pain a week ago that he begged God to take his life. His twitter timeline is proof of how much he was suffering and how heartbreaking it was to see his mother cry over his condition.
For the past few days,  well meaning Nigerians had been donating blood to him at the Holy Family Hospital, Festac, where he was receiving treatment. May his soul rest in peace.

See his posts on Twitter prior to his death.

 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away
 A week after he begged God to take his life, Nigerian stage 4 cancer fighter passes away

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