Sad news came from Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan. After struggling for fifteen days undergoing intensive care in the isolation room of the Ulin Banjarmasin Hospital, the Mayor of Banjarbaru, Nadjmi Adhani, who was positive for COVID-19, died.
Nadjmi Adhani passed away on Monday, Agust 10 2020, at 02.30 local times in the morning.
Nadjmi Adhani died at Ulin Hospital, Banjarmasin, after receiving medical treatment in the ICU room.
The condolences flowed from various circles. Achmad Juhriansyah, a close relative of the deceased, conveyed that sad news through WhatsApp.
He conveyed that the Mayor of Banjarbaru, Mr. Nadjmi Adhani, died on Monday morning while being treated at the hospital.
Previously, the Mayor of Banjarbaru, H Nadjmi Adhani received medical treatment in the ICU. The mayor’s health condition had reportedly improved, even though he continued to use a ventilator, until 02.30 WITA news came that Nadjmi Adhani was breathing his last.
The Mayor of Banjarmasin, H Ibnu Sina, admitted that he was felt bad by the death of one of his close friends.
Previously, he had a chance to chat through WhatsApp with the late of Nadjmi Adhani who asked for prayers for his recovery. At that time, Nadjmi Adhani was undergoing treatment in the ICU romm and was still in a stable condition.
“On behalf of the City Government of Banjarmasin, Mr. Nadjmi is a true bureaucrat and we witnessed his kindness during our friendship that starting in Banjarbaru, “said Ibnu Sina as quoted from detik.com, on Monday, August 10 2020.
The funeral of the Mayor of Banjarbaru was carried out in Taman Makam Bahagia, Banjarbaru.
In past, Mayor of Banjarbaru, Mr. Nadjmi Adhani have tested positive for COVID-19. The information was spread in a short video that broadcast by the City Government (Pemko) of Banjarbaru through the Public Relations and Protocol on social media, on 27 July 2020.
In that video, the Mayor of Banjarbaru, Nadjmi Adhani, informing the public that he was confirmed positive for COVID-19.
Najdmi also mentioned that his wife, Ririn Nadjmi Adhani, was also have tested positive with COVID-19.