Covid-19: Man mourns father, says he has a heavy burden to carry

Covid-19: Man mourns father, says he has a heavy burden to carry

- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to disclose that his father died of the deadly coronavirus

- The man with the Twitter handle @IamTytanium says his dad succumbed to the disease on Wednesday

- He says his father left a heavy load for him to carry and promised to carry it without breaking

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A Nigerian man identified on Twitter as @IamTytanium has taken to the microblogging site to mourn his father, who died of Covid-19.

According to @IamTytanium, he lost his father to Covid-19 on Wednesday. He said his father was a great man who was his role model.

The bereaved went on to disclose that his father left a heavy load for him to carry by virtue of his death but he will not break in the course of carrying it.

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Man mourns father who died of COVID-19, says dad left him heavy load

The man with the Twitter handle @IamTytanium says his dad succumbed to the disease on Wednesday, July 15. Photo credit: @IamTytanium/Twitter
Source: UGC

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Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Thokozani Makaula went home to rest with her three children after exhibiting flu-like symptoms.

The registered nurse at Tygerberg Hospital had already tested negative for Covid-19 after coming into contact with colleagues who had tested positive.

Her sister Nolindo Makaula explained that May 20th was the last day she saw Thokozani following her admission.

TimesLIVE reported that she was turned away after a private doctor refused to treat her.

However, Nolinda recalls that the gravity of the situation became clear when Thokozani was rushed to hospital following shortness of breath.

Nolinda said, “The day (May 20) she was admitted was the last time we saw her."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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