Man remembers late wife 1 year after their wedding, celebrates her in touching post

Man remembers late wife 1 year after their wedding, celebrates her in touching post

- A man with the Facebook name Tuleh Spanix Terhile has put a touching post online in memory of his late dear wife

- In the post, he said Monday, April 27, would have been their one year in sweet matrimony if death had not taken her

- Tuleh added that no one could ever be like his wife, as he hopes for the day they are reunited in paradise

One never fully recovers from losing a loved one, it always hits badly no matter how long it has been. A man with the Facebook name Tuleh Spanix Terhile remembered his late wife on the day that should have been their one year anniversary.

In a post he made on Monday, April 27, titled Sunset at Noon, he said that if death had not taken his wife from him, he would have showered her with “every good thing any good wife desires”.

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He added that there can never be some like his late partner, Vivian as he wrote: “Farewell my beautiful IRREPLACEABLE wife until we meet to part no more in PARADISE”.

See the Facebook post below:

Meanwhile, earlier reported that the mother of the children who were kidnapped in Ojoo area of Ibadan, Oyo state, on Sunday, April 26, cried out for help in a new video as she appealed to the abductors of her twins.

In the emotionally laden video, the woman told the kidnappers to consider the number of years she has had to wait before she had the kids.

As she spoke, she kept sobbing as she gestured pleadingly and almost totally broke down in tears. The mother also told the kidnappers that whatever thing they want, her husband will do it.

Towards the end of the video, she said: "Please return my kids, I don't have anybody except God. Consider the labour pains I went through and return them."

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In other news, a Nigerian in the US and a publisher, Taiye Olayemi, has revealed how the American government has been taking care of them during the lockdown.

In an interview with the Legit TV video team, he said that the govt gave them $1200 (N468,168.00) as palliative so that they do not go hungry during the pandemic.

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Apart from that, he said the US government has been working hard investing in the country's food bank.

On how the food bank works, he said anybody could go there and register and some necessary food items would be given to them.

Taiye also said that though the money that was given to them cannot be compared to how much they earned when they go out to work, it is still something as it has kept many afloat in taking care of basic needs. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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