Sister of woman allegedly beaten to death by husband pens touching poem

Sister of woman allegedly beaten to death by husband pens touching poem

A Facebook user, Ogoochukwu Arinze, identified as the sister of the woman who was allegedly beaten to death by her husband after four months of marriage, has penned down a heartfelt tribute to her late sibling.

She posted the touching poem to the deceased, Gloria Onyedikachi Obinna, on her Facebook page.

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She wrote: “Death where is thou sting? Death where Is thy glory?

“I am heartbroken, pained and devastated.

“Just when life was giving you a better meaning.

“But we spoke well you told me lots of things.

“With an excruciating pain in my heart, I refuse to say you are gone forever.

“I love you big sister. I love you now and forever.”

In reaction to the somber poem, various friends expressed sympathy and offered their condolences.

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Recall that previously reported that Gloria Onyedikachi Obinna was said to have suffered from domestic violence in the hands of her husband, Mgbeodinma Samuel, who hails from Awo-Idemili.

A Facebook user, Meg Barn, announced the death of the young lady and also shared pictures of the deceased. Barn claimed that the husband had abandoned his wife’s corpse in his car.

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