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I love you mama: Lawyer heartbroken after mother dies during Eid-ul-Adha


July. 31, 2020

- The polished lawyer lost his mother on a day all Muslims across the world are celebrating Eid ul Adha
- Quite a number of people expressed their sorrow and noted the death came at a very unfortunate time
- Afzal's mum's death came barely four months after losing his brother to COVID-19
Renowned British lawyer Nazir Afzal and his family are currently in mourning following the sudden demise of his mother.
TUKO.co.ke has learnt the lawyer lost his mother on Thursday, July 30, night.
News about Afzal's mother's death was first made public by the lawyer in a tweet seen by TUKO.co.ke.
''The most extraordinary woman I have been blessed to know and love, my mum, passed away tonight on Eid. She came with me to see the Queen in Buckingham Palace, but she was always my Queen. My last words to her “I love you mama” Hers to me “I love you too'' I am nothing without her ,'' Afzal tweeted.
Most of his fans were equally moved by his mum's death and duly condoled with him on the comments section of his tweet.
News of the death hurt many people on social media who believe the old lady should have spent some few more years before going to meet her maker.
Quite a number of people expressed their sorrow and noted the death came at a very unfortunate time.
It should be noted the lawyer mum died on a day all Muslims worldwide are celebrating or rather marking the much anticipated Eid ul Adha.
Afzal's mother's death came barely four moths after he lost his brother to coronavirus.
The lawyer in a recent interview with The Times UK, narrated how his brother’s body was kept in an industrial fridge for six days after he died from COVID-19 due to a “300-body backlog”.
Nazir Afzal, 58, said his older brother Umar, 71, a former Home Office interpreter and father of seven, died at his Birmingham home on April 8, 2020, after developing symptoms of the virus.
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