- Immaculate Okochu was recently laid to rest following her tragic death in Lagos
- Okochu who was slated to get married in October was crushed to death by a truck on her way to work
- Her fiance took to his Instagram account to share photos and videos from her burial
Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how a soon-to-be-married lady identified as Immaculate Okochu lost her life after she was crushed to death by a truck on her way to work in Lagos.
Barely a few days after her tragic death, Okochu has been laid to rest. Her fiance identified as Loveday took to his Instagram page to share photos and video from the heartbreaking event.
In the video, Loveday who is seen holding some flowers is dressed in a uniform customized shirt with Okochu's face on it. In one of the photos, he can be seen staring down at her grave with tears in his eyes.
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Loveday who only a year ago had lost his father, penned down another emotional tribute to her. Part of it reads: "Today I laid her to rest, today is the most darkest day of my life, today I watched you being covered, you couldn’t wake up. Today is the most painful day of my life. They said I can’t do anything to bring you back. Very sad word to say. As I told you I can’t handle another pain. You know how much I always avoid pains. I don’t know how to move on, How can I accept the fact that I can’t see you any more."
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In a similar story, tragedy struck in Imo state on Wednesday, February 12, when a truck crushed a police officer on a stop and search duty to death along Owerri/Okigwe expressway. The ugly incident occurred at Atta in the Ikeduru local government area of Imo state, causing heavy traffic gridlock, The Nation reports.
The newspaper adds that the lifeless body of the police officer was seen on the ground while police operatives who were at the scene of the incident cordoned the area from the people.
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