Bad times for Yes Magazine Publisher, Azuh Arinze          

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Publisher of  foremost celebrity journal, Yes magazine, Azuh Arinze, is in a sober mood as he recently lost his younger sister in an auto crash penultimate Sunday.The deceased until her death, was a final year student of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State, and was the last born of the family. Known to be very friendly and sociable, Chinonso who was loved by all for her vivaciousness will be buried this week. A bereaved Azuh took to his Facebook page to break the bad news. He wrote, “My God, My God…I’m tempted to question God, but I won’t. Not today, not tomorrow and not even forever. Never ever will I do that! And in spite of how much death has dared me.My youngest sister, the baby of the house and our last born, the ever cheerful and gregarious Augusta Chinonso Azuh, a final year student of Olabisi Onabanjo University (in Ogun State), just died in an auto crash.I’m crest fallen and devastated beyond words. Yet I won’t question my God. I won’t even ask anybody why a tragedy of this numbing proportion should visit my family again, and so soon after the demise of our patriarch, IchieAzuhChimezie, Ezeoma of Azia. God! My God, my God… Please, all I ask for now is your strength to carry on as the new head of the family; that strength that surpasses all understanding. Ogoo! Oberenwannem! Kaemesia!”

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