OJBest: Young man who made Prof. Osinbajo’s shoes dies

OJBest: Young man who made Prof. Osinbajo's shoes dies

Nigerian man and shoemaker, Omale Ojima popularly known as OJ Best has reportedly died in his sleep after an unexplained attack.

The young man who once made shoes for the vice president, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, was said to have been rushed to a hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Omale Ojima had gone to bed on Saturday evening February 26th hours after expressing his disappointment and frustration in a Manchester United Match. He wrote: “We should stop being delusional, Ronaldo is finished, make I go play snooker forget this match jor”.

See his posts below;

“Now I can post your pictures, he just entered mortuary now. We did our best, we paid the last respect. May God accept your precious soul dear brother Omale Ojbest,” she wrote.

OJBest was reportedly rushed to Kubwa General, hospital Abuja where he was rumoured to have died. His friends then took to social media to mourn him. However, his sister Comr Sofred Paul, who was at the hospital at the time, announced that he was unconscious. She later announced his death after his corpse was deposited at the mortuary.

“For the first time in my entire life that I stood by a corpse, like I was holding him and praying nonstop without any fear? Reality of life. Seeing him you will think Oj was sleeping. Kai.”

Celebrities and friends have poured in their condolences since the tragic passing of the young footwear maker. See below;


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