Tragedy As Lady Dies A Day After Her Wedding, See What Happened
By AmbKlinsman | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 8788 views
The kind of risk some persons take all in the name of love is quite alarming. Love is a unique thing and it is something that should not bring harm to the partners but rather should be something that would lead to progress and success of whomsoever that is engaging in it.
Endangering your life all in the name of going through with a wedding is a wrong notion entirely.
A Nigerian lady has been confirmed dead a day after she had her wedding.
In a photo trending across the internet, the lady was seen with a drip needle on her hands as she went ahead with the wedding proceedings.
The lady was confirmed dead on Sunday 19th and from every indications, one can see clearly that she was really sick.
However, I really don't understand why she would go ahead with the wedding proceedings given the fact that she was not well.
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