It is no parent’s prayer for their kids to die before them however, an unfortunate incident has caused the life of a young lady, who would be buried on her birthday.
A young lady aged 24 yrs old is to be buried today, which is meant to be her birthday, after a tragic fire mishap.
The beautiful dark skinned lady identified as Miss Tahila Nwaoguwas happened to be a victim of fire tragedy and died following serious burn injuries.
The deceased would be laid to rest today in her father’s compound at Umuomumu Mbieri in Mbaitoli local government Area of Imo state.
May her soul rest in peace.
Nollywood actress and philanthropist, is 33 today.
The beautiful mother of one who had a photo shoot to celebrate has shared some of the photos on her social media page.
She took the opportunity to reminisce on her life's journey so far and some of the lessons she has learnt.
''Happy birthday to me!
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When you first met your wife, was it a case of love at first sight?
I would not describe it as a case of love at first sight because we were friends for a while before we became lovers and got married.
How did you meet your wife?
I met her in church. We were workers in the church and we also had mutual friends, so it made things easier for me.
How long did your friendship last before it blossomed into a love affair?
We were friends for about three years before we became lovers.
Was it not awkward for either of you when you asked her out?
It was so easy for me because we just grew into each other. Our friendship evolved naturally.
What endeared you to...
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He opened up that initially as a young boy, he disliked the marks and went to the extent of using sandpaper to get rid of them all to no avail simply because he was always taunted by bus conductors.
Owo added that he would never allow anyone inflict such scars on the face of his children.
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