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Liberian musician from the group Lib Starpluss explains in details how his 2 month old daughter died few days ago


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It is a very sad for Liberian musician Wilo Mimbar, from the group Lib Starpluss, and his family.  The artist lost his 2 month old daughter few days ago.  In his own words, he gives account of her death to C Liberia Clearly: 

I left my woman and my two kids sleeping on monday morning May 15 at 5:45 am and went to work. Why i was at work i text her at 12:25 pm to find out how they were doing and she told me they were watching tv. I came home from work at 5:55 and when I open my house door i met my woman panicking and crying and in our saying our daughter is not breathing.at that time my son was in his room playing with his toys. We try to give her CPR but that didn't work. So we made an emergency call and the ambulance came and took her to the hospital. At the hospital the doctors said try their best and got her on the ventilator. The doctors told us that her lungs were unable to send oxygen to her brain so her brain was not functioning. They did tests on her brain and didn't see any blood or fracture there. We called our pastors and other pastors to pray for her. Two doctors did a test on on her brain on may 16 and 17. and they said her brain was dead . The doctors said she died from sudden infants death syndrome commonly known as SIDS. All the pastors we called said her death was spiritual. Even when she was born on our son birthday feb 19, pastors and other people continuously told us to be careful with who we allow to hold her or come around her She was not sick at all.she was born on time weighing 7lb 6oz. ONLY GOD KNOW WHY. Now We are waiting for the autopsy result.  I still can't believe it.

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  1. Brother my condolence, may God give you and your family peace in time like this!!!!

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