‘we were in Ibadan when we got the call that Chime had died’.
Chime’s sister who also spoke said:
‘when I heard the news I couldn’t believe it, I thought it was a lie, I couldn’t believe and my brother had to call our family friends to take me to their house. At that point, we didn’t knwo how to break the news to our parents so we had to look for someone to tell them’.
‘we heard he was sweating, bleeding from his nose and mouth and was foaming from his mouth before he passed on. Some of his friends began to call to say the last time they saw him, he was fine at a filling station, someone else said they saw him on Snapchat eating and no one has made mention of the fact that Chime and Olu ate and it was the last place they visited before they went home’.