Many people have been left in a state of shock after a young female lawyer who graduated from IMSU slumped and died.
Friends and family members have been left totally shocked after a Law graduate of Imo State University, Barrister Roseline Udoh slumped and died.
Most baffling is a message she posted four days before her death. In the post, she had talked about life being too short, advising people to pursue what interests them before it is too late without knowing she would fall victim.
She wrote: “Life is too short… Dont put off anything you really want to do till tomorrow cos you are not guaranteed tomorrow. The sooner you realise this, the less you will worry about living your life to please people. Its all you. YOU are all that matters.
You owe only YOU the responsibility to be happy.”
It was gathered that the brilliant lawyer and registered member of Due Process Advocate, DPA, collapsed at her Abuja home in the early hours of Saturday December 9, and was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead shortly after.
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