Popular Nigerian TV Presenter Is Dead

Nigerian TV Presenter Is Dead

Popular Nigerian TV Presenter Is Dead.



NewsOnline Nigeria reports that Popular Nigerian television presenter, Rachel Bakam is dead.


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This online news platform gathered that the 38-year-old mother of one died from anaemia yesterday.


The brother of the deceased, Armstrong Bakam, disclosed that Rachel died at 12pm on Tuesday afternoon with her mother by her bedside.


“She had anaemia; so, she was taken to the hospital on Friday and she died this afternoon at about 12pm. I was not with her when she died, but her mother was by her side.


“Before Friday, she fell ill and was admitted for some days but she was discharged and taken home. However, she was returned to the hospital on Friday.


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“Right now, her mother is not in the right frame of mind to speak. Rachel was 38 years old when she died; she would have clocked 39 on September 11. She had a son,” Armstrong said.

He further revealed that the family was in shock as Rachel reached out to them for prayers via the family group chat on Sunday and everyone thought she was recovering.


“We will really miss her because her death is shocking and devastating news to the family. In fact, the whole family is actually troubled and quite a number of people are yet to believe that it is actually true.


“On our family WhatsApp group, she posted that she needs our prayers while she was in the hospital on Sunday; people were wishing her well and she was responding with amen. Quite a number of people felt she was recuperating but the news of her death is a huge shock,” he said.


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Rachel Bakam was born and brought up in Kaduna State. She studied English and Theatre Arts at Ahmadu Bello University and Digital Filmmaking at the New York Film Academy.


Rachel Bakam was popular for Trends & Rachel, a popular television show that airs on Nigerian Television Authority(NTA), African Independent Television(AIT), DSTV, and Startimes.

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