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|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by Uchek(m): 7:26am On Aug 02|
You are an educated illierate. You should have researched to find out the US maternal death per Capita compared to Nigeria? Specifically, how many women have lost their life after childbirth in Fairfax, VA compared to similar city in Nigeria.
Think before you talk!
|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by lordatkinson07(m): 7:34am On Aug 02|
Despite the money
Despite the kind of country she went to
Despite the facilities present in the country's hospitals
Despite the professionals in health services
This world remains a shadow of itself
That is why it is termed VANITY
Meanwhile, R.I.P to the dead
|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by drealzum(m): 8:49am On Aug 02|
Please this is not true. I thought Nairaland is against posting false stories. Nigeria is among the worst places in the world for a woman to give birth. We are number 4. Only better than South sudan, Chad and Sierra Leone. Nigeria has higher maternal maternity ratio as compared to USA.
Please do well to google all I have said. It is fact. You hardly hear of deaths during child birth in most developed countries, if you hear, it is most embolism issue.
|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by drealzum(m): 8:55am On Aug 02|
Mayflowa:And that is because of their non access to health care.
American health care system is way better than ours. As you have rightly said, the maternal mortality ratio bears that fact.
|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by kayusely70(m): 8:56am On Aug 02|
God Rest Her Soul & Comfort The Family
|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by mu2sa2: 12:17pm On Aug 02|
Kekereekun123:Adopting a child is a world of difference from giving birth to life, having your own biological child. Too bad she died, but millions of women around the world give birth at that age with no complications at all. I know a calabar woman married to a yoruba and she gave birth to 13 children, single births, no twins. Typical Igbo women tend to give birth yearly. The typical hausa woman doesnt even know anything about family planning.
The morale of this sad incident is, when it is your time to go, even if you go to another planet there's no escape. This what the glorious Quran says about death:
"When their specified time arrives, they cannot delay it for a single hour nor can they bring it forward,” (Quran16:61)
And the holy Bible says:
"All share a common destiny-the righteous and the wicked, the good and the bad, the clean and the unclean, those who offer sacrifices and those who do not. As it is with the good man, so with the sinner; as it is with those who take oaths, so with those who are afraid to take them." (Ecclesiastes 9:1)
|Re: Diekolola Olatanwa Osa-Avielele Dies After Birth Of Son In US by 01Kingsley: 4:09pm On Aug 02|
So sad. REST IN PEACE
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