Lady bids farewell to handsome policeman who died a few weeks to his wedding

Lady bids farewell to handsome policeman who died a few weeks to his wedding

- A Nigerian lady identified as Nwachukwu Joy Nnenna Onyedikachi has shared a sad story about losing her friend

- The deceased, who is a police officer died in a car accident weeks to his wedding

- Nnenna Onyedikach shared photos to grieve the demise of her friend

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A Nigerian lady identified as Nwachukwu Joy Nnenna Onyedikachi has taken to social media to share a heart-wrenching story after losing her close friend, who is a police officer in a car crash weeks to his wedding.

Nnenna Onyedikachi, painfully recounted her last engagement with the police officer prior to his demise in a car accident.

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According to Nwachukwu Nnenna, the deceased was set for his wedding ceremony on December 15, 2019.

She took to social media to grieve.

''To think that you were in my office few days to ur demise, I told you to hold on for some secs let me tidy up my table but then you left in a hurry..and you told me you will come back, you said you were preparing for [your] wedding coming up on the 15th of December, 2019 only for me to hear that you’re dead...I still couldn't believe it until today when ur signal of "Death while in service came to my table ,I became shattered...R.I.P my good friend,'' Nnenna Onyedikachi wrote on Facebook.

In other stories, certainly, dreams do come alive and a determined graduate of the University of Ghana with first-class honours, Alice Xorlaly Amegah, has added another feat after she recently completed a master’s programme at Oxford University.

Prior to chalking another laudable milestone, Xorlaly, had been ''in a desperate situation just last year, as she sought to embark on a great academic journey'' to pursue her master’s in Comparative and International Education in the UK.

In spite of the major setback which threatened her resolve to bring her dreams to life, the young Ghanaian first-class graduate got creative with a solution.

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