- Wali Stephen, a 28-year-old Nigerian man who was supposed to tie the knot on Saturday, November 7, sadly passed on a week before the event
- Friends are mourning Stephen who many described as a good man
- Engineer Prince Chukwu, one of the deceased's friends, said he was not sick before giving up the ghost
A Nigerian man identified as Wali Stephen has lost his life one week to his wedding in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital.
The 28-year-old man, who was set to tie the knot on Saturday, November 7, died on Saturday, October 31.
One of his friends, Engineer Prince Chukwu, said Stephen's death came as a surprise as the deceased was not sick.
“He was not sick. His wedding is supposed to be next week Saturday. Stephen died like that.
“May your killers never find rest till eternity! Rest in peace comrade. Your wedding is supposed to be next week Saturday.”
Facebook users took to the platform to mourn the deceased.
Elike Prince Blinks wrote:
"Am so speechless, may his soul rest in the bosom of our maker."
Solomon Emmanuel Agbo commented:
"It pains my heart that a good man like u left. But all d same, God will give u a better place."
Lilian Chigeru Eze wrote:
"Your demise was great shocked, too diffcult to believe. Sleep on"
Akoye Soberekon commented:
"What a sad news. RIP Comrade."
In other news, it was a very sad day for the family of Rex Ebube Amatu on Tuesday, September 8, as he died in a ghastly motor accident.
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His death according to local reports happened days after his traditional wedding. The accident was said to have happened in Asaba when he was coming to his home in Lagos.
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