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Sad Moment As Family Bid Farewell To A Child Killed By Dangote Cement Trailer

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On Thursday, April 15th, 2021, relatives, friends, colleagues, and well-wishers of Kamsi Okonkwo gathered to pay their last respects to the rising leader who died at the age of 23. Kamsi, who was one of the youth leaders in the Valentine Ozigbo gubernatorial campaign organization and an effective media aide to the man until his death, was one of the youth leaders in the Valentine Ozigbo gubernatorial campaign organization until his death. He was laid to rest after a series of ceremonies that began with a funeral mass at St. Theresa's Catholic Church in Nibo, led by Rev Fr Professor BAC Obiefuna and 15 other priests.

A 50-kilogram bag of cement When fully loaded, a trailer can carry up to 900 bags, each weighing 50 kilograms, for a total weight of 45,000 kilograms. The trailer should be about 45,000 kg in weight. Despite having only the shelter of a wrecked vehicle, he was burdened with a 90,000 kg load for the 900 bags of cement and the trailer itself.

We discovered that even at his lowest point, in agony and pain, he fought on and prevailed, pleading for help and hoping for a miracle. Naturally, several volunteers started removing the cement bags from the rubble. Time was of the essence as they did so. Manual labor alone wasn't going to be enough. To save the situation, a motorized means is needed. No one showed up!

In a sad turn of events, as has become customary in Nigeria, the men of Nigeria's Road Safety provided no assistance. In reality, when they were contacted on a distress call, they said their crane wouldn't be able to lift the trailer off the wrecked vehicles. The crane borrowed from Nigerian Breweries was used to raise the trailer off the ground. Unfortunately, Kamsi had already been under the load for over six hours at that point. He'd even held his last breath for a long time.

It was great sad news for the family. How does it feel when a mother with only one child lost her child?

May his soul rest well. Please help me type RIP.

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