Radio Presenter, Tosyn Bucknor Dies Aged 37

SAN FRANCISCO, November 20, (THEWILL) – Talented radio presenter, Tosyn Bucknor has passed away at the peak of her career, aged thirty-seven (37).

Bucknor, a University of Lagos Law graduate was found dead in her home by her French husband of three years, Aurelien Boyer when he arrived from work on Monday night.

The cause of Tosyn’s death is yet to be made known to the public but there are reports she suffered from Sickle Cell Anaemia.

Also, Onome Obruthe, husband of her sister Funke Obruthe-Bucknor, confirmed the death of the petite media personality.

Bucknor a graduate of law from the University of Lagos, Tosyn was born with sickle cell anaemia which prompted her to start ‘These Genes Project’ to help people with the condition.

In November 2015, Tosyn and Aurélien Boyer had their traditional wedding surrounded by family and friends in Lagos followed by a white wedding in France.

The OAP, previously hosted the morning show at Top Radio FM but started her OAP duties with Tee-A at Eko FM.

She was also an intern at Cool FM where she hosted the ‘Fun Hour Show’ on Saturdays and joined Top Radio after her youth service in 2009 as the only female handling a morning show.

Born on the 15th of August, 1981, her career brought her fame, and accolades as she enjoys a huge following in Nigeria.

She has won many awards including the Nigerian Broadcaster’s award, Future Awards, Exquisite Lady of the year and others.

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