Seven famous Nigerian journalists die within seven days

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No fewer than seven journalists have died of various ailments over the last seven days in the country.

The death of one of them, Dan Foster , was announced on June 17 via different social media platforms .

His wife , Lovina , confirmed to Channels Tele vision that he was tested for the COVID – 19 and the result came back positive on Tuesday and he died on Wednesday.

Foster worked with Cool FM , Inspiration FM , City FM , Classic FM 97. 3 , among others.

Another journalist, Nkiruka Udoh, a Crime and Defence Correspondent at the Africa Independent Television was said to have died of complications from fibroid operation .

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A correspondent on the Business Desk at the Vanguard Newspaper, Naomi Uzor , was also reported to have died from complications related to high blood pressure.

Also , Azeez Sanni , who was a Cartoonist at The Nation Newspaper was among the journalists that died in the last seven days .

A source close to him said he had been battling with a liver problem before his eventual death
Other journalists , who died in the last seven days but the nature of their deaths could not be ascertained were Xavier Ndayongmong , the Crime Editor at Daily Independent; Hugo Odiogor, a former Editor at Vanguard and Aramide Oikelome of the Media Project and Independent Newspapers


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