Chris Eruba is a Foreign and Public Affairs Analyst, and the Current editor of Intel News Nigeria. On this Article, he explains why North Korea’s Supreme Leader Kim Jong-in May Die. (Follow on Twitter @chriseruba or send email: email@example.com)
WHY KIM JONG-UN MIGHT DIE
April 26, 2020.
NORTH KOREA’S RULING FAMILY; A TREND OF SUCCESSORS KILLED BY HEART ATTACK
On July 8, 1994, Kim Il-Sung, President and founder of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), Died of a mysterious heart attack, at the age of 82, (1912 – 1994), having founded and ruled the country for 45 years (1948 – 1994).
On December 17, 2011, Kim Jong-Il, eldest son and successor of North Korea’s Founder Kim Il-Sung, died of a mysterious heart attack, at the age of 69 (1942 – 2011), having ruled for 17 years (1994 – 2011)
On April 12, 2020, Kim Jong-un, Grandson of Kim Il-Sung, third Son and successor of Kim Jong-Il, was reported to have developed a mysterious heart problem, was immediately rushed to the hospital and operated on.
On April 15, 2020, it was reported that he has left the hospital where he underwent a heart surgery, and was recovering in a Resort villa outskirts of Pyongyong, Capital of North Korea. On April 18, 2020, it was again reported that he has relapsed into a Coma and was now in critical condition. On April 21, various news outlets with unconfirmed sources began to report of his death.
Subsequently the Chinese government dispatched a team of highly qualified Doctors to attend to his failing health inside North Korea, while dismissing rumors of his death.
So far nobody knows the true state of Kim Jong-un, Supreme Leader of North Korea’s health, whether alive or dead. Although, upon Intel’s Investigative inquiry yesterday, it was confirmed, that the Supreme leader was still alive but in a vegetative state. As at the time of filling this report, no news has yet been heard regarding the health of North Korea’s supreme leader.
A Family history of cardiovascular deaths has killed every successor of that post; “Supreme Leader”, starting from his Great Grandfather and founder of North Korea, Kim Il-Sung, which has now set a dangerous precedent.
Will the current cardiovascular disease ailing the incumbent Supreme Leader, Kim Jong-un, at this prime age of 36, with no grown up kids to succeed him, Kill him, or will he live to Rule years ahead?
Developments that will follow in days to come will tell, as Intel News will keep monitoring the state of Kim’s Health and bring you the latest News as it breaks.