- A Nigerian lady identified as Juliet Nlemadim was preparing to walk down the aisle on December 30
- Juliet did not live to witness the happy day as death came knocking, a friend of hers disclosed
- Achor Goddey who shared the sad news on his Facebook page said he was in pains as she recently just called him to inform him about the wedding
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A young Nigerian lady identified as Juliet Nlemadim has died days before her wedding which was slated for December 30.
The disclosure was made by a Facebook user, Achor Goddey, who expressed sadness over the demise of the young lady.
According to the Achor, Juliet called him days before her demise to inform him of her wedding. He said he promised the young lady that he was going to play a vital role in the wedding ceremony.
The bereaved prayed for the repose of Juliet's soul as social media users flooded the comment section of the post to bid the deceased farewell.
A Facebook user identified as Precious Ugochinyere Raphael wrote:
"RIP. But this kind of bad news will not be our portion or portion of our loved ones IJN...."
Mhiz Phil commeted:
"May her gentle soul rest in peace. May God give d bereaved d strength to bear d loss. Accept my condolence bro"
Chidi Happiness reacted:
"It is well,God knows the best. May her soul find peace in the Lord Amen."
Ezidimma Emilia wrote:
"Rip.. painful but who question death and God Almighty, who permitted Death to take place."
In similar news, a Nigerian man identified as Wali Stephen lost his life one week to his wedding in Port Harcourt, the Rivers state capital.
The 28-year-old man, who was set to tie the knot on Saturday, November 7, died on Saturday, October 31.
One of his friends, Engineer Prince Chukwu, said Stephen's death came as a surprise as the deceased was not sick.
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