Family In Tears As Their Two Beautiful Daughters Who Died In A Car Accident Are Laid To Rest(Photos)
The rate at which people die in recent days is becoming too much, almost on a daily basis we get reports of people dying, obituary photos flying round both offline and online. The negative effect of the recent economic crisis and hardship occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic is taking a toll on our society. If you have been following the daily news updates, you will notice that there is no day that passes without tragic or bad news of people's death in society. Many have lost their lives in road accidents, fire outbreaks, explosion, or from one sickness.
Recall a few weeks ago, it was reported in the news that two sisters who lost their lives in a fatal auto crash. Today they were buried today in their hometown amid tears.
The family of Ikemeh of Amorji Ibeme, Mbano Isiala L.G.A of Imo state, has been thrown in a state of sadness and weeping as they laid to rest their two beautiful daughters. The two deceased Identified as Ugochi Lillian Ikemeh (46 years old woman) and Chikaodi Ann Ikemeh (38 years old woman), both died in a fatal motor accident.
The tragic incident took place on June 28 2020 at the Ofosu area of Ondo state. They were laid to rest on 17th July 2020. It's sad that their lives were cut short on their way to Lagos state on that fateful day.
It was reported that the two sisters despite their advanced age are still single.
The deceased passed away leaving behind their bereaved mother, sisters brothers, cousins, nephews, and other family members including friends and we'll wishers to grieve their sudden demise.
It's indeed a difficult time for the family, who buried their two daughters on the same day. Please let's put them in our prayers, that the good Lord grants them the strength and fortitude to endure their losses.
May their gentle souls rest in peace, Amen.
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