Sponsored Links: Photos: Young Nigerian lady reportedly slumped and died on her way to the toilet An industrious young Nigerian woman identified as Adeyemi Abosede Tumininu died on Thursday, September 22. According to Seun Fasasi, the deceased who owns Tummie Collections was heading to the toilet when she suddenly slumped and died. May her soul rest in peace. Below is a touching tribute posted on Facebook by Mr Fasasi: "I called her my wife, my bae! She told me she needed just N2m to start her fashion line and say bye bye to aliexpress importation! She always frown on Internet marketers that show off cars, wrist watches and new sandals! She motivated me to do more this year! She made me believe what a man can do, a woman can do it much better! Very jovial and down to earth lady! We joke virtually on everything and could get naughty at times but keep balling hard on our various businesses! She added to my bank balances, my experiences and orientation! She didn't waited for the government to get job for her, she hustled hard to create her own and banks substantial figures some bank MD's don't get monthly! I proudly tell other lazy ladies about her success and always make her role model ! She complained about the recent dollar increase and I told her the way out and helped with her FB ads account! Her type is different, not common. She died yesterday while going to the toilet, she fell and died! All the hustling is gone! All the balling don waka! She was the first to wish me happy sallah this last ileya! Wanted to call her yesterday but I was moody and disturbed throughout the day and forgot! God knows maybe the phone call could had stopped you from entering that toilet yesterday! Tumininu don goooooooo! We love you but God loves you more! I pray God gives the family (especially mom that got discharged recently from UCH) the fortitude to bear the loss! This is my last respect Tummie until we meet to part no more! Iku da oro, o mu e lo! Rest In Peace Tumininu, Rest In Peace TUMMIE COLLECTIONS! Seun will surely miss your troubles!" This post first appeared on Linda Ikeji's Blog. Read the original story here.