- A lady whose identity is yet to be disclosed has been laid to rest
- Reports say she was allegedly poisoned to death by her colleague and close friend at work after she informed her about being promoted by their boss
- The burial ceremony of the deceased was captured in heart-breaking photos
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A Congolese family have been left in utter grieve and distress following the death of their daughter who was allegedly poisoned to death by her colleague and close friend at work.
According to reports, the pretty lady was poisoned by her close friend who doubles as a colleague worker in the office on the back that she was promoted.
While details of whether or not an autopsy has been conducted to determine the claims, reports say the deceased food was poisoned and died instantly after she ate the food oblivious that it had been poisoned.
Reports details that a friend of the deceased became jealous when she informed her that she had been promoted by their boss and diabolically poisoned her food.
The remains of the lady has been buried following a funeral ceremony which saw family and loved ones completely shattered.
Reports confirm the lady who committed the heinous crime has been arrested by the police and has been charged with committing murder.
However, alleged murderer denied all charges during trial and has pleaded not guilty.
Heart-breaking photos of the funeral ceremony captures the mother and loved ones of the deceased in complete pain and in uncontrollable tears.
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Meanwhile, at a time when many are slaying themselves on social media with ‘audio money’ and have mastered the arts of pretense which makes it difficult for them to owned their humble start in life, a young woman is showing many the way.
Identified as Vera Hayibor, the pretty light-skinned girl engaged members of a group on Facebook to urge them to join in the hustle of their ''parents, once in a while.''
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