Who Will Call Me Fine Girl Now That You’re Gone? Lady Whose Lover Died in Military Plane Crash Mourns

Who Will Call Me Fine Girl Now That You’re Gone? Lady Whose Lover Died in Military Plane Crash Mourns

- Bunmi Oladuntoye, the fiancé of the late Nigerian Air Force official, Femi, who died in the recent military plane crash, has written a moving eulogy

- In a long thread on Twitter, Bunmi tried to document how kind and humble her fiance was as she suggested the future looks dim without him

- The lady's tweets had Nigerians in their thousands sympathising with her on the huge loss

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A young Nigerian lady, Bunmi Oladuntoye, has penned a very emotional note about her fiancé, Olufemi Taiwo Asaniyi, who was among those who lost their lives in the plane crash on Friday, May 21.

Taking to Twitter, Bunmi relived the moment Femi asked for her hands in marriage in 2020 and how she joyfully said yes to his proposal.

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The young lady said that the man taught her the importance of being a giver. Photo source: @bunmioladuntoye
Source: Twitter

She revealed that some of the last things the man taught her were humility, and the power inherent in giving.

In a subsequent tweet, she rhetorically asked who will call her a fine girl like he always did now that he is no more.

Bunmi went ahead to say that she has cried her eyes sore despite the fact that people have been trying to comfort her.

One of her tweets read:

“The world deserves to know how great you are. To Nigerians and the world at large, my fiance FLIGHT LIEUTENANT TO ASANIYI was a great man who dedicated his life to serving this country…”

The lady stated that her late lover treated her like they were both married, as he always told her:

“Babe don’t worry, everything will be fine, don’t worry.”

See some of her tweets below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

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@AkunnaOkoye said:

"Keep keeping on, May the God of all comfort and peace comfort and strengthen you. RIP Femi."

@SolomonDalung said:

"May God condole you in His own way. No amount of words from anybody can compensate for this loss. I commit you to His grace."

@husbbg said:

"So sorry for this irreparable loss. May his memories strengthen you and May the Almighty comfort you. It's a devastating hard thing to go through."

@olatunde_alo said:

"It's well with your soul. May God give you and the family members the fortitude to bear the loss. Rest in peace Femi."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo, the wife of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, paid condolence visits to the families of the military officers who died in the crash.

The Chief of Army Staff, Ibrahim Attahiru, and 10 other military officers lost their lives in the unfortunate plane accident.

Source: Legit

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