Nigerian couple die two weeks to their wedding in auto crash

Nigerian couple die two weeks to their wedding in auto crash

The family and friends of a Nigerian couple have been thrown into mourning following the tragic death of the intending couple who died two weeks to their wedding.

Almost every lady dreams of the day she'll walk down the aisle to marry the love of her life. Sadly, a lady identified as Ukeme will never experienced this day as she died two weeks to her wedding.

According to a Facebook user identified as Misiz Mfon Henry, who was a friend of the deceased, Ukeme and her her husband to be had just done their introduction and had set their marriage for May 4. Sadly, the both died in a car crash.

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She wrote:"Uk my frn since Mrnin I'm nt myself with a heavy heart I'm really sad and shocked on hearing sudden news about ur demise and ur husband to be.....Ds was ur introduction day just a week after my marriage, both of u wer strong n healthy. I was with you on Sunday wen u came to invite WISSOSA06 ur marriage officially n u wer strong, beautiful, bold n ful of life as usual.

I was with u on Tuesday again u wer strong as usual. But today you and your cute hubby to be are no more Your marriage was fixed on 4th May, just 2wks to go n nw both of u are gone just like that... ..Ur asoebi cloth is ready n i was totally set to represent u wel on ur big day 4th May 019...but death of fatal accident wipe both of u away with in the twinkle of an eye..Oh Ukeme Ur blood n ur Husband blood will not go in vain until ur killer will brought to book...The shall be no peace for ur killer. Ur killer will not escape ds calamity from generation to generation except u n ur husband death is natural "

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In a similar story, while many people celebrated their birthdays and the gift of life on Monday, January 28, the same could not be said of a young lady identified as Mary Owan, a fresh graduate of the University of Calabar in Cross River, who lost her life in a car accident.

The graduate of History and International Studies, who died on January 28, was engaged to her partner, Emma and they were slated to get married on Saturday, February 2, in her home town.

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