Read The Facebook Posts By Killed AAU Girl To Her Guy That Got People Talking
By studio.opera.com | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 9 views
In what looks like that late Patience Adibe and her boyfriend, Larian Oshoma Edemode were deeply and perhaps madly in love, see a Facebook post where the deceased girl, eulogized her boy friend with passion. In one of the posts, Patience posted that the guy is the only one that knows her "mumu button".
In another post, the young girl posted as if she knew she would die young by say "if I pass away young, don't write that you miss me...visit my family...".
It is unfortunate that the relationship came to an end in tragic way of which I believe Larian ran over Patience in error, but the law must still take its course.
I really feel for the deceased girl and his boy friend. May her soul Rest in Peace, just as I pray for God's mercies on the young man.
Kindly drop your condolences for this late girl and word of advice to couples on how to avoid stories that touch heart like
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