- It is a period of mourning for a 21-year-old Nigerian lady who has lost her husband, making her a young widow
- The lady, identified as Chinechere, revealed that she got married at the age of 20 and gave birth at the age of 21
- As their local custom demands, the hair of the lady was shaved by a group of women as she mourned
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A young Nigerian lady simply identified as Chinechere has expressed sadness on social media following the death of her husband.
The 21-year-old lady became a young widow just barely a year after she walked down the aisle.
According to her, she delivered her child at the age of 21 as well. The lady, who is in a mourning mood, shared a clip on TikTok of her current state.
A group of women helped shave her hair as local custom dictates. She penned a painful message as she bade her late hubby final goodbye. Her message reads:
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"Babe I don't know what to say but i believe that God knows the best when I close my eyes the thought of how we started is the only thing and I recall but who am I to question God you will always remain in my heart ❤️Rest in peace love."
Watch the video here.
Social media reactions
"Na becos she young and no Wan talk... People don't shave hair again na."
"It's shall be well my sister have hope, when there is hope life is there and when there is life there is hope."
"I reject this situation for my self and anyone else in lord's name Amen."
"So painful take heart dear God dey don't loose hope choose to remarry or to stay the family you are still young."
Chukwueke Clare said:
"I still don’t like the fact of scraping hairit already hurts already."
Baby doll 1 said:
"Thanks love respecting your man many thinks hair cutting is bad that's why many of us suffering coz lack of respect to the departed ones."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Ghanaian comic actor Baba Spirit, born Francis Yaw Ofori, has been laid to rest following an emotional pre-internment service on Saturday, November 19.
The final funeral rites were held at the National Police Training School at Tesano in Accra, where his family, loved ones, and colleagues gathered to bid their final goodbyes.
Entertainment personalities, including Dr Likee, Kofi Kinataa, Big Akwes, Kwaapiah, and others were present at the funeral.
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