Sisi Quadri’s younger brother narrates his last moments

MUFTAU, the younger brother of popular Yoruba actor, Quadri Oyebamiji a.k.a Sisi Quadri, has narrated how the movie star died in hospital after a brief illness.
Sisi Quadri’s younger brother narrates his last moments

MUFTAU, the younger brother of popular Yoruba actor, Quadri Oyebamiji a.k.a Sisi Quadri, has narrated how the movie star died in hospital after a brief illness.

Speaking in Iwo, Osun State before Sisi Quadri was buried in front of his house at Agbowo area of the community yesterday, Muftau disclosed that the actor had slumped at a movie location on February 19.

“We were called that he slumped while acting on location on 19 February, 2024.

“One of my brothers went to pick him from the location.

“He had sent money to us on the 18th for the remembrance of our mother who died one year ago on 22nd of February 2023.

“He also constructed a borehole in memory of our mother.

“We took him to the hospital after returning from location. They conducted tests on him and told us that he was having malaria.

“He was treated and he left the hospital on 26th February 2024. He later complained of ulcers.”

Muftau continued: “After leaving hospital, he was preparing to return to the location, but we were opposed to it. We told him that he needed to rest.

“We had switched off his phone as soon as he was brought back from location.

“On the 28th, he developed hiccup. He was taken to the hospital and treated, but when the treatment yielded no result, he was referred to Ladoke Akintola University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso on Thursday.

“While we were going, he gave us N300,000 cash and later transferred N1 million into our account in case we needed anything at the hospital.

“He walked into the hospital himself but later died on Friday.”

Emotions ran high yesterday as the deceased actor was buried in front of his house in Agbowo area of Iwo, Osun State.

A mammoth crowd came from far and near to mourn the death of the 44-year-old movie star.

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