Friends and colleagues of a year 2 Diploma student of the University of Calabar, Cross River State, Blessing Adaeze Nnamani, who slumped and died after she returned from a party with a strange man, have been mourning the demise of the very pretty lady.
Blessing Adaeze was full of life
According to some of her friends who posted the story on Facebook, the Nkanu Local Government Area, Enugu State born Nnamani, had attended the party with a man believed to be her sugar daddy, on Sunday, July 3, 2016, with the man dropping her at her residence in the morning of Monday, August 1.
But shortly after she alighted from the vehicle said to be a Sport Utility Van (SUV) jeep, she started vomiting blood and before her friends could rush her to the hospital, she had given up the ghost.
The man who dropped her, according to the friends, was unknown to them and only met the deceased some days before the incident, lending credence to the fact that he could have used her for rituals.
She was buried at her home town on Wednesday, August 3.
Read what some of her friends said about her.
“I want to close with a brief tribute to my best friend, Adaeze Nnamani Blessing, who died too young, and with much sadness in her heart. If she were here with me now, this is what I would tell her:
I can’t believe that you’re gone my friend. I can’t believe that I’ll never be able to visit you in the house. I can’t believe that I’ll never be able to wrap my arms around you and give you a big, big hug.
I wonder what you were thinking as your life ended. Did you wonder if your life mattered? Then let me tell you that it did.
As you were dying, did you wonder if people would remember you? Then let me tell you that I will remember you forever and hold you close in my heart.
It’s just yesterday since I found out about your death my friend. Tears are streaming down my face as I write these final words.
Goodbye my beautiful friend. I hope that wherever you are, you finally have peace in your heart and in your soul.”