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NTV’s Amina Abdi in mourning after losing nonagenarian grandma to vaccine complications

Celebrated NTV presenter cum singer Amina Abdi Rabar is in mourning following the untimely demise of her nonagenarian grandma.

Breaking the sad news on her social media account, the trend host revealed that the old lad succumbed due to complications developed from the Covid-19 vaccine recently received.

“We lost her due to complications with the vaccine. We tried everything to save her but Allah loved her more. I already miss her dearly,” she wrote.

The Celebrated entertainment journalist added that they tried their best to save her life, but God the almighty took control, “We tried everything to save her but Allah loved her more”.

The media personality also consoled those who are going through hard times in recent by losing their loved ones. Below is her long post.

“I recently lost someone dear to me and it’s been a tough couple of days.

My grandmother meant the world to us. She always had the funniest responses to my random questions about life?? so blunt & honest weh! My dearest Ako, baba nagaa fud. Waqi Janatul Firdaus asikenu. Afan ken dhurile akdhansa dhubachu imbeku amo akmale sijalada.

I’ve learned so much from her!! I’ve grown into the woman I am today because I had a strong woman like her guiding me and rooting for me always. I am forever grateful I got to call her my Ako. Our Matriarch. I already miss her dearly.

Losing a parent is painful but losing a grandparent you we’re close to hits very different.

We lost her due to complications with the vaccine. We tried everything to save her but Allah loved her more.

Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi raji’un

For all those experiencing loss in these tough times, take heart…it shall be well.❤️

RIP Ako??

PS: She was 91 in this picture, we have good genes?” reads Amina’s update.

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