The Cross River State Commissioner of Police, CP Abdulkadir Jimoh, has died from COVID-19 complications, Nigerian Tribune reports. . . The late CP died in the early hours of Friday, December 18, after he was admitted at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital Isolation (UCTH) centre. . . Prof. Ikpeme Ikpeme, Chief Medical Director (CMD) of UCTH, while confirming the death of CP Jimoh, appealed to all who have had contact with the deceased police officer to go to the isolation centre for attention.
from @michellewilliams I just don’t know what to say or where to start. Daddy, you fought harder than those of us that are in good health! For 15 years, you FOUGHT!!! You truly outlived moments where we thought you wouldn’t make it!! Mommy said last night she sang songs to you and you looked so content and had a look of peace in your eyes. You weren’t in any pain either!! The Lord took you in his arms this morning and I’m so thankful that you are resting in Him!!! I love you Daddy!!!! Nov 13, 1952-Dec 20, 2020.
Reposted from @msamberpriley Merry Snixxmas! In honor of our friend Naya Rivera, we started a GoFundMe to raise funds for a charity Naya cared very deeply about, Alexandria House in Los Angeles. Lets give back to those in need and help us continue the legacy of Snixxmas! We miss you babygirl! LINK IN BIO !!!!#Snixxmasgivesback
Reposted from @stelladamasus It’s been 16 years since we lost my hubby JAIYEJEJE ABODERIN. Still feels like yesterday. I wasn’t sure I could bring myself to write this but I need to. Our daughters are 21 and 18 now, all grown up. They decided to do something different this year to honor him. We all miss him and talk about him daily. Jay is not the kind of man that you forget. I smile each time I remember or talk about him because that’s what he represented to all who knew him. He brought joy, happiness, comfort and support to all. I cry sometimes because I wish he could have spent more time with us. But God knows best. Anyone who has lost a spouse will understand what I mean. JAY will never be forgotten. His legacy lives on. No matter where we go or who we become, he will always be in our hearts. Rest in peace Obim. #RIP #jaiyejejeAboderin