- In April, a young woman revealed her mom was planning her own funeral
- She explained her mother works as a cleaner at a hospital and decided to prepare her girls should she pass away
- Two months later, she revealed her mother had died and it left Mzansi heart-broken
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In April, a beautiful young lady took to Twitter to detail how her mother was stressed about the coronavirus reaching SA's shores.
The woman, @NwabisOmiya, wrote on Twitter that her mother worked as a cleaner at a private hospital and the people who tested positive for Covid-19 were in her ward.
@NwabisOmiya added that her mom was stressed about the situation and decided to plan her own funeral should anything happen.
On 16 April, @NwabisOmiya wrote:
"My mom is planning umngcwabo wakhe (her funeral). She sat my sister down last night emxelela where things are and how we must handle everything should she die. She’s really been stressing shame but at least today she was laughing efownin, I even said ukwi good mood because she’s been down."
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The young lady, who recently turned 25 years old, added in another tweet that she was not worried because they have good medical care in Port Elizabeth should her mom fell ill.
However, barely two months later, @NwabisOmiya had to share devastating news with her followers.
She revealed her mom had passed away, but @NwabisOmiya did not detail the conditions surrounding her death.
"When I received that call from 041 I knew it was time to put my big girl panties on. Having to call my family yesterday to inform them of the news the hospital had just told me was so hard, hay usi qhathile ntombi. RIP MaMiy."
She added in another tweet:
"Kodwa ke kuyo yonke lonto, andimsoli uThixo. Andilili njengomntu ongenathemba. Mama bezobuza, 'Bekufuneka ibengu Mama kabani Mntanam kuze ilunge'? uThixo uzosithwala. (But through it all I’m not angry at God. I’m not crying like someone with no hope. Mom would ask me: 'Whose mother should have passed away for you to feel better?' God will carry us.)"
The post broke thousands of hearts and Mzansi tweeps sent their condolences to @NwabisOmiya and her family.
On Monday, Briefly.co.za reported on another heart-wrenching story. A Covid-19 patient caused a huge media stir after he archived his last moment before he died of the coronavirus.
In his final moments, he could be seen saying he is struggling for breath as ventilators were disconnected.
The grief-stricken father of the deceased performed final rites for his son on Saturday, 27 June.
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