Nigerian mum dies on her birthday after asking for cake to celebrate it

A Nigerian mum has been announced dead on her birthday by her son whom she requested a cake from so as to celebrate with her friends.

Nigerian mum dies on her birthday after asking for cake to celebrate it

The son took to social media with a picture of the Nigerian mum as he expressed sadness at the news of her death.

He wrote:

You called on Monday to say you wanted a cake for your birthday which happens to be today your last words on Monday ‘atleast if I can’t eat cake, my friends would eat it’ not knowing non of us would get to eat it.. REST in peace tayelolu ejire Ara isokun

Speaking of birthdays…

Denrele Edun’s 38th birthday is today, June 13, 2019 and the TV personality shared some crazy pictures of himself to celebrate.
Denrele Edun’s 38th birthday photoshoot is nothing short of crazy. He took to his Instagram page to celebrate his birthday with pictures.

He wrote to himself;

I can’t believe you’re 38!
F***ing eight years older than a 30-year old.
TWENTY years older than your 18-year-old self. You’re freaking out!
But, you know what?
You’re also 38-years young.
I mean, the moment you hit 30, you stopped counting right? Wake up and smell the frigging Coffee!
Denrele, you no dey hear word!
About time you learnt that just because you haven’t been loved in the way you deserve, doesn’t mean you don’t deserve it.
That just because some people found it hard to love you doesn’t mean you’re not easy to love.
Love yourself so much that you don’t feel the wanting from loneliness.

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