- Tragedy struck on Sunday, July 19, when a newlywed died just a day after tying the knot
- In some wedding pictures posted online, the unidentified woman could be seen with drip needle on her hand
- The pictures making the rounds on social media indicate that the woman was sick when she walked down the aisle
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A Nigerian lady has reportedly died a day after walking down the aisle with the love of her life.
According to a Facebook page Sapele Oghenek, the unidentified lady wedded on Saturday, July 18 and died on Sunday, July 19.
Legit.ng notes that the deceased was sick even when she got married as drip needle could be spotted on her hand.
In other news, a Ghanaian man has found himself in a dilemma after his wife decided to move out of their matrimonial home until his financial situation gets much better.
The man whose name has not been disclosed recounted his interesting, but sad love story in a letter to popular relationship talk show Sister Sister on CitiTV and CitiFM.
According to the heartbroken husband, he and his wife who works as a banker have been married for six years with two children so far.
In their third year of marriage, the man's business collapsed and it became increasingly difficult to feed the family, which caused his wife's attitude to change dramatically.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that as the body of one Babafemi Adebayo who died of coronavirus in Brazil was being bundled, his widow could be seen in a video broken down in tears as she begged him to wake up.
In the video which was shared by Media Gist, the woman begged her husband to wake up, saying his mother and children were at home.
The woman said: “Babafemi are you sleeping? Please wake up. Your mother is at home, your children are at home, your elder and younger siblings are at home. Please wake in the name of Jesus. Jesus, have mercy on me. Jesus, take pity on me."
“Ahhh, Adebayo. Babafemi. I’m calling you. It’s me calling you, not someone else. Your wife is the one calling you. I ask you to wake up in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. In the name of Jesus Christ, I’m calling you."
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