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Monday, 16 March 2015

Another Facebook Lover Dies In Lagos

•The late Adekemi Faboro
The deceased Adekemi Fabero
Adekemi Faboro reportedly died after her first meeting with a married man she met on Facebook
according to a report by PM News. The teacher with a primary school in Ogba had met with the married man, one Christopher Ezekiel, online sometime ago and they started an online relationship, communicating on phone and through Facebook messages.

The two later agreed to meet for the first time this past weekend. Ezekiel left his wife and 2 children in Ibadan and traveled down to Lagos where he stayed in Adekemi's house at a street off Ajayi Road, Ogba.

Trouble started when Adekemi started coughing profusely in the middle of the night. Her concerned neighbors who could hear her coughing came to inquire what the problem was. Seeing that she was not getting any better, they rushed her to the Ifako General Hospital in Lagos where she died.

Ezekiel was immediately arrested by policemen attached to the Pen Cinema Police station in Ogba. Her body has since been deposited at the morgue and an autopsy is expected to be conducted on her to determine the cause of her death.

When P.M.NEWS visited Pen Cinema Police Station, the Divisional Police Officer, DPO in charge of the station, Mr. Achinyan Z. Fera, a Chief Superintendent of Police was said to have gone to Area ‘G’ Police Command, Ogba to meet with the Area Commander

However, a source who craved for anonymity at the station confirmed the arrest of Ezekiel, adding that investigations are ongoing.

Meanwhile, some of Adekemi’s friends on Facebook have been mourning her, with some expressing shock over her sudden death.

Joyce Ante said: “May the Lord comfort your aged parents, the entire family and Calvary church.”
Olatimehin Ebenezer said: “I was shocked about your death RIP (ORE), while Olu Blues said: “My  best friend ever, it’s come as a surprise for me to believe this. Can someone tell me this is not true, or am I dreaming? R.I.P.”

Omosunle Mary mourned: “My sister, it is unbelivable. We love you sister Kemi omo Faboro ‘Iya Ido’ but God loves you more.”

“Your demise is so incredible, I can’t believe it, but I believe you are resting in the bosom of the Lord,” said Ayandeji Opeyemi.

Soyode Famuwagun Elizabeth said: “I will miss you my beautiful sister. Rest in God’s bosom because he loves you very much.”

Ante Ruth wrote on her Facebook wall: “Oh my God!!!! why did Aunty Kemi have to leave so soon? This is unbelievable and so sad. My only comfort is that you knew Christ and served him to the end. 

Hope you are enjoying your new home right there with the Father. Continue to rest in His bosom because he loves you more than we do. RIP Aunty Kemooo.”

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