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So Sad: Jane Okpochine Looses Fight to Breast Cancer

Jane Okpochine, a mother of two, who suffered from breast cancer, has finally lost the battle.

According to a Facebook Post by one of her care givers, it read that, “With deep pains in our heart, we announce the passing on to glory, the untimely death of Jane Okpochine, a woman with a breast cancer from Amai Community in Ukwuani LGA, Delta State.”

“Jane died according to the family early hour of Tuesday, 17th January 2017 at Capitol Hill Hospital, Warri where she was receiving medical treatment to enable the hospital carry out surgery on her breast following the response from good Nigerians through our call for donations.

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“We want to use this opportunity to thank the good people of Nigeria for demonstrating their passionate love, empathy and goodwill to save Jane’s life.

“Jane who would have been 30 this year is survived by her two children 4 years and 8months old respectively. We believe that God will use every one of us to support these children despite the loss of their mother.

Breast Cancer Patient

Late Jane Okpochine Going Through Excruciating Pains

“For inquiry, please call: Nwadishi Faith – 07030190560, the coordinator of Koyenum Immalah Foundation, Asaba, Delta State or Eugene Aligbe – 08057080519. Also, you can call Edna for the family: 07038111252.

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“More information on her burial arrangements would be announced later by her family

God bless you all.

In our usual way of creating enlightenment for personal interest news stories, we published the report of the visitation of Odini Mma Ndokwa TV Show  to Late Jane Okpochine were they called for more spirited individuals to come to her assistance.

May her soul rest in the bosom of the Lord.

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