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The lady revealed that the in-laws were not supportive ever since the deceased was hospitalised. She revealed further on how some members of the family started asking her friend for her husband’s properties two days before he died in the hospital.
She added that his mother said if she knew her son would die, they would have travelled all the way from the village.
Her post reads:
A friend just lost her husband, her in-laws weren't really supportive when he was in the hospital battling for his life but they turned up 2days before his demise. Some ugly shit they said, I'll share here. Thread!— AFO D GUARANTOR😂 (@nerdy_dami) February 17, 2018
“A friend just lost her husband, her in-laws weren't really supportive when he was in the hospital battling for his life but they turned up 2 days before his demise.
Some ugly things they said, I'll share here. Thread! Right there at the hospital, minutes after the man gave up, his older cousin asked the wife (my friend) if there was any property he owned that they didn't know of.
Like isn't it too early and insensitive to ask that already? Like that wasn't enough, the deceased younger brother told her thank God you didn't have any children for him, it's better sef’ better how, does he want to take over?
I still don't understand the statement, I don't ever! The worst of it all was when they got back to the house and the mum said if they knew he was going to die, they wouldn't have traveled all the way down from the village.
Do I need to tell you the guy is Ibo? I just hope they don't force her to go back to the village with them to mourn or something. Person just lose I’m husband, Like the trauma and psychological drain isn't enough I don't understand why they subject the widows to shave their hair, stay in the same room with their dead husband, drink the water used in bathing the dead body.
Which kain thing be that ffs. I still don't get the aim of doing all that tho, it's to what end? I just hope this ‘tradition’ is revisited soon, things need to change fr. I forgot to add, they wanted to carry the man's car too. Awon family oshi.” SHARE THIS STORY USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW ⬇ PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇