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Emotional tributes paid to 'amazing' London midwife who died of Covid-19

Emotional tributes paid to ‘amazing’ London midwife who died of Covid-19

Emotional tributes have been paid to an “amazingLondon midwife who has sadly died of coronavirus.

Margaret Njenga, who worked at Barts Health NHS Trust, died of Covid-19 earlier this month.

The NHS worker, who studied at City, University of London, has been described as “hardworking and motivated” by her colleagues.

One friend said: “It is so sad to know you are gone, I still can’t believe it.

Margaret you were an amazing woman and we all adored you so much. Your smile lit up the entire room, you managed a busy ward when I first met you and you did so gracefully and effortlessly.

“I took so much from you and miss you dearly. You were always so hardworking and motivated.

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“I will cherish the memories we had, you rubbing my belly when I was pregnant with Adam and telling me I have issues.

“When I was still learning and making countless mistakes, you were there supporting me without even telling me just to keep my confidence and moral high!”

A Gofundme page has been launched by Margaret‘s colleagues following her death.

So far, the page has raised more than £1,000.

The page reads: “Sister Margaret was a highly valued and loved member of our team, sadly we have lost her to Covid-19.

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“She was a fantastic midwife and a great example of what we stand for in this trust. Her beautiful smile and kindness will never be forgotten.”

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