– Nigerians have sympathised with OAP Kemismallzz after she announced a bad news
– The media personality revealed that her beloved father kicked the bucket
– Kemismallzz noted that her dad was her friend and meant so much to her
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Media personality Oluwakemi Itari Owatemi popularly known as Kemismallzz has taken to her social media pages to mourn the death of her beloved father Mike Owatemi.
In a long note to her late father, kemismallzz stated that her dad loved her and her siblings. According to her, she is glad that her dad also knew that they loved him.
The OAP revealed that her dad’s painting hangs above her bed. The OAP noted that it would remain there as long as she lives.
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Noting her pain, the media personality said she’s a little lost. However, stating that her dad wouldn’t like it, she said she would find her way back for him.
She also shared the sad news on her Twitter page.
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Nigerians sympathised with the OAP in her comment section.
Read some comments below:
“I’m so sorry Kemi. This hurst so Bad. Death is So Rude. Take Heart My luv. Will call you ASAP.”
“Awh man! So sorry for your loss Kemi.”
“Omg! I’m so sorry about this Kemi. I know how close you were with your dad. May his soul rest in perfect peace.”
“So sorry dear.”
“Stay strong Kemi. May God rest his soul.”
“Prayers for you and your family.”
“Wow so sorry … Condolences.”
In other news, . earlier reported that actress and TV Presenter Rachel Bakam passed away at age 38.
Bakam reportedly passed away at an Abuja private hospital after a yet-to-be-identified illness.
Until her death, Bakam was the CEO and managing director of Rayzeds Media Ltd, founder & president of the Nigerian Water Ski and Wakeboard Federation (NWWF).
Chocolate City Founder, Audu Maikori, who was a close friend of the deceased, took to his Facebook page to mourn her passing.
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