A GoFundMe page has been opened for Blessing Ayomide Adetutu Olusegun, the young and beautiful 21 year old Nigerian who was mysteriously found dead at Glyne Gap Beach in Bexhill-on- Sea, UK.
The organisers, her family and friends have opened up to wanting to raise enough funds to arrange a befitting burial for her after the corona who examined her urged for a quick burial despite being unable to determine the cause of her death.
Blessing, the daughter of Olori Yeyelua Esther Abe – Adeyemi, was said to be on a one week placement as a Live-in caregiver for the elderly who suffer from dementia and other mental and physical health issues.
Her last conversation before her body was found were in text messages sent to her boyfriend and close family at around 00.30am on 18th September.
She had asked them to stay on the phone with her while she went for a work, but unfortunately this did not happen, and her final message was at around 01.25am.
In the morning of same 18th, Blessing’s family were alerted that she had gone missing. Police said her body was found on the beach nearly 5 hours later, at 6.20am, with her family adding that her phone and slippers were with her.
Detectives said the death is unexplained, but not suspicious as her distraught family demand for answers.
Her mourning mum, Olori Yeyelua Esther Abe – Adeyemi , the CEO of Fortress Estierem Foundation is searching for answers over why her “beautiful, gorgeous and talented” daughter died.
She told the Evening Standard: “I’m devastated beyond words. I spoke to Blessing the day before and she was fine.
“Then the police came to say she was dead. A member of the public saw her body on the beach early in the morning.
“I’m a mother and I need to know what happened to my daughter. Did she come to harm?
“She had so much to do in her life. Now I will not see her mature into a beautiful, gorgeous and talented woman. I don’t know what I am going to.”
There has been no leads as to how Blessing died and the family want to raise awareness for CCTV to be made available at Beaches, by marching to Parliament.
To give to the fund, access the GoFundMe page here.