- Tragedy struck on Monday, January 11, when as a nursing student died in a ghastly motor accident five days to her wedding
- Petra Nji and her fiance, Isbias Forsack, were returning from their pre-wedding shopping when the accident occurred
- Isbias and other passengers survived the accident as they only sustained injuries and were rushed to the hospital
A Cameroonian nursing student identified as Petra Nji has died in a fatal car accident five days to her wedding.
The young lady and her fiance were returning from Douala after their pre-wedding shopping when they got involved in an accident along Tiko-Douala road on Monday, January 11.
Petra's fiance identified as Isbias Forsack and other passengers sustained injuries and were rushed to the hospital, Linda Ikeji Blog reports.
The lovebirds were supposed to tie the knot on Saturday, January 16, at Presbyterian Church Molyko, Buea while the traditional wedding was slated for Friday, January 15.
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The young lady had set plans in motion for her nuptials but death did not let her see the day which would have been one of the happiest days of her life.
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a young Nigerian lady identified as Juliet Nlemadim died days before her wedding which was slated for December 30.
The disclosure was made by a Facebook user, Achor Goddey, who expressed sadness over the demise of the young lady.
According to Achor, Juliet called him days before her demise to inform him of her wedding. He said he promised the young lady that he was going to play a vital role in the wedding ceremony.
The bereaved prayed for the repose of Juliet's soul as social media users flooded the comment section of the post to bid the deceased farewell.
A Facebook user identified as Precious Ugochinyere Raphael wrote:
"RIP. But this kind of bad news will not be our portion or portion of our loved ones IJN...."
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