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A Message To Learn From The Lady Who Got Married On Saturday and Passed Away on Sunday (Sad Story)

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The joy of every parent is to see their children gets married and live longer than them, so that when they died, their children would bury them.

It sadden my heart as a family in Delta State, tragically lose the life of their beautiful daughter who got married barely 24 hours before she died.

The family she left behind has been in agony, pain and state of mourning since the unfortunate loss of their daughter who died after she had an enticing, romantic and exciting wedding ceremony.


According to reports made to the general public on Facebook by popular Journalist, Sapele Oghenek, revealed that the young lady had her wedding on Saturday in church and died on Sunday.

The sad story shared by the journalist revealed that the young beautiful lady got married on Saturday 18th July 2020 and died the following day, Sunday 19th July, 2020.

He suggested that the lady was not medically fit before the wedding as she was caught on site having a drip on her hand.


Below is a screenshot of his post:


As at the time of filing this report, the identity of the deceased has not been made known to the public.

Below are some lovely pictures of the deceased, before and during her wedding with her husband.

Pre-wedding photos with her husband


While Walking down to the alter in the church.


Cutting of cake session at the reception ground.


Also, I gathered some reactions from this post and see what Facebook users said about her death:


This is really a great loss to both her family and her husband. It’s of much pains to bear the fact of losing a daughter or wife just few hours after her supposed happiest day in life.

From the pictures above, it’s obvious that still on drip and that’s why she had it on her hand. It could be that she hasn’t finished with the drip medication but because the wedding date has been picked with invitation cards being made, along side lots of preparations for the event, so she had to make sure she is presence.

Therefore, my message to all from this post is that “health is wealth”, take good care of your health first and anything other thing follows, regardless of the shame of ‘what will people say’ because when there is life, there is hope that lots of ceremonies would still be done.


May her soul rest in peace and I pray that may our happiness and that of our family members not turn into sadness.

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