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Woman Dies In Potomac Home of Former Abia State Governor
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Chinwe Ogbonna, 47, died from what is suspected to be cardiac arrest.

Ogbonna  and some friends had been visiting the home of former Abia State governor, Chief Orji Uzor Kalu in Potomac, Md.  She had become acquainted with Kalu last June and was interested in Nigerian politics.

According to reports, Ogbonna arrived at the home around 8:15 on Thursday of last week to talk about the latest political developments in Abia State and Nigeria.

While getting comfortable in the home with her friends, she suddenly screamed out in pain. Clutching her chest, she started vomiting.

An ambulance was called with medics trying their best to help, but Ogbonna died at 8:38pm.

The home was searched by Potomac Police and eyewitnesses were questioned.  No suspicion of foul play was found.

Ogbonna is being treated as a case of cardiac arrest. Her health history proves that she in fact had been living with a heart condition.

Though a primary police report shows she died of natural causes, a full autopsy report awaits.

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