- A Nigerian man has died on his way to Kano three weeks after getting married
- The disclosure was made by President Muhammadu Buhari's senior special assistant on youth and student affairs, Nasir Adhama
- Adhama says the newlywed died on Wednesday, July 8
A Nigerian man has died three weeks after getting married, President Muhammadu Buhari's, aide Nasir Adhama has disclosed on Twitter.
Adhama, who is the senior special assistant to the president on youth and student affairs, said the newlywed died on his way to Kano state.
Adhama took to his Twitter page to mourn the deceased, whom he said died on Wednesday, June 8.
He tweeted: “Inna Lillahi wa Inna Ilaihirrajiun, Allah ya jikan ka Khalifa. I’m shocked! He got married 3weeks ago, and a day before yesterday he called me ”Uncle Nasir, I’m going to kano tomorrow if you are free, I will come by and greet you.” He died yesterday on his way to Kano. RIP my son."
In other news, thirty-two years after surviving the Piper Alpha oil rig explosion, Steve Rae has taken to social media to reflect on the unfortunate incident of July 6, 1988.
Rae said 12 hours after arriving at work on that fateful, he found himself struggling to find a route to safety, running from a raging inferno.
On his LinkedIn page, Rae said the struggle quickly became about survival rather than reaching a safe place.
He wrote: "I got lucky that night and by the grace of God made it off, tragically 165 Never did.
"Today (Monday, July 6) I will pause to pay my respects to the 165 Piper workers who lost their lives and to the 2 courageous fast rescue crew who selflessly put the lives of others before their own and tragically also lost their lives."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that beautiful interracial lovebirds had exchanged vows to become ‘‘one flesh’’ at an impressive court signing ceremony.
The bride, Naomi Herms, recently announced that she and her fiancé had officially become wife and husband. In the eye-popping wedding images she splashed on social media, an excited Naomi revealed that she has been ''taken’’.
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