How Did Dejo Tunfulu Die? What Was His Cause Of Death?

Famous Yoruba theater actor, Yomi Fabiyi has spoken about the work that he and his teammate, the late Dejo Tunfulu, did last day.

In an interview with Yoruba, Yomi Fabiyi said that Dejo’s eyesight was not good and that her health did not look good that day.

According to him, in January 2022, he invited Dejo to a job, but when he was due to take part in the game, he realized that he was not well.

“I know you’re not feeling well because you’re here for a game I was filming in January, and your face looks like a sick person,” he said.

What kind of illness took Dejo’s life?

Although Yomi Fabiyi said she and the deceased did not have time to talk about the specific type of illness she was suffering from, some reports said she died of typhoid fever.
According to reports, the victim was taken to a government hospital in Ikorodu by family members after she was found to be bleeding.

The report said the blood transfusion had been silenced.

Dejo should call the 50-year-old next month, 31st next month.

His body will be buried today in a Muslim shrine in Ikorodu.

What Was His Cause Of Death?

Although Yoruba is still investigating to find out the truth about what happened to the famous theater actor.

But what we heard was that until yesterday morning, his wife was very upset, and there was no suspicion that the mill had arrived.

But someone who spoke to the BBC, who wished to remain anonymous in Tunfulu’s appearance, indicated that he was seriously ill.

He is a very talented theater player, and he dries up every day even though there is not much water on the ground.

And let’s not forget, a report was published in 2014 that Dejo Tunfulu was released.

The report states that Dejo Tunfulu, while filming, began coughing and sneezing and was rushed to LUTH Hospital in Ikeja.

According to the report, research has shown that Dejo Tunfulu had previously developed a runny nose but did not treat it immediately with the intention that the disease was not serious enough.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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