'You are my life': Sydney removalists grieve mum's Covid death

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The removalists who allegedly breached lockdown restrictions while infected with the virus have paid emotional tributes to their mum who became the fifth person to die after being infected by Covid during Sydney's latest outbreak. 

Saeeda Akobi Jjou Stu, in her 50s, was found dead inside her home in Green Valley in southwest Sydney, on Monday.

It is understood she is the mother of twin brothers identified as Roni and Ramsin Shawka, 27, who allegedly breached public health orders and travelled to Orange and Molong in Central West NSW while infectious. 

The brothers had been isolating at their home, along with their mum who later tested positive, 9 News reports.

Saeeda Akobi Jjou Stu is pictured after she became the fifth death during the Sydney Covid outbreak. Source: Facebook
Saeeda Akobi Jjou Stu, aged in her 50s, has become the fifth person to die during the latest Covid outbreak in NSW. Source: Facebook

One of the sons, Ramsin, posted a picture of his mother on Facebook following the tragic news while Roni posted a heartbreaking tribute. 

"Mama, my love, you are my life, Mama, you are my comfort and my life, Mama," one of the sons wrote, according to news.com.au.

The woman's congregation also posted a photo of the mum and condolences for her children. 

"A candle for the intention of the deceased, pray for it, and our warm condolences from the Association of Battaya Chaldean Sydney to the family of the deceased," a Facebook post read. 

"May her soul rest in peace."

NSW Police said a report would be prepared for the coroner.

The news comes after the state recorded 98 new local cases of Covid on Monday.

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