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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

Doctor And Entire Family Perish In Crash Enroute To Her Wedding

A female medical doctor awaiting induction, Dr Ijeoma Onwubalili, and three members of her family have lost their lives in an auto crash in Benue state on the way to her traditional wedding in Anambra.







Other members of the family that lost their lives in the accident that occurred along Aleyede and Oturkpo in Benue State on Sunday include her parents, Mr Simon and Mrs Ifeoma Onwubalili, and her sister, Grace Onwubalili.

According to The Punch, the victims were indigenes of Ufuma in the Orumba North Local Government Area of Anambra State, but were based in Jos, Plateau state.

They were headed to Anambra for Ijeoma’s traditional wedding scheduled for December 31 when the accident occurred.


The driver of the car and one of the family members, Marvel Onwubalili, survived the accident.


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    1. My heart bled when I first read this story on ig. So sad

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    2. Why does the driver always survived? Most of the fatal accident that lost most of the passengers always have the driver as the sole survivor and that puzzles me

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    3. O my heart bleeds. My Jos people and noble colleague.

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    4. What a sad news!!!

      O Gosh!!
      What a painful death
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  2. omG.......such sad news!!

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    1. I heard this gist yesterday and my hubby hasn't remained the same, it's his relative and the driver they employed to convey them kept on speeding. It was supposed to be a big wedding but the devil came and did his own. To think they have lost 4 other people from their fathers family this year, it's so painful

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    2. They lived in Kubwa o, which jos? And it's a toddler that survived, I don't know who would take care of that baby now

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    3. Lived in kubwa? No, they even have a house in jos, she schooled in unijos before she left for anambra but returned to jos after her induction unless they relocated recently but then again they were traveling from jos to the east...

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    4. Over speeding is not good, they won't hear. That is how the devil use the driver. I hate it when drivers speed too much. I am always complaining and shouting when I am in a car and the driver is speeding but sometimes the other occupants in the car won't even caution the driver as if they are enjoying the speed. Just a little mistake,it will be had I know. Rip to the Ifeoma and her family. This is very painful

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    5. Oh sorry it's the uncle, Bueze who lives in Kubwa

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  3. JEEZ.THIS is so so saddddddd, four people in one family? what a great loss.
    Shinny Boss

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  4. This is very painful....RIP to the dead

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  5. I'm literally shaking. What sort of happy moment turn to mourning. God take control

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  6. Oh my God!!!! Can't bear. RIP . so so painful

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  7. From what I read, it's her sister's wedding not hers. It's a very disheartening thing. May the soul of departed ones rest in perfect peace



    *Larry was here*

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  8. May their souls rest in peace and may God strengthen and protect those left behind.

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  9. Soo sad! God rest their souls and giv the remaining family members the fortitude to bear the loss.

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  10. Too sad... too many people at a time. God comfort the ones left behind

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  11. Soo sad! May the good Lord rest their souls and may he continue to comfort the remaining family members left behind. It is well

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  12. What a sad news... May the souls of the dead rest in peace.
    This life is just a mirage.

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  13. What kind of double jeopardy is this?
    The fiance might not be able to get over this.

    Eternal rest granted unto them O'Lord.

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  14. Chai!!!!!!
    This is heartbreaking
    Village people oh!!!!!

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    1. Allah, na village pple! Tufia may God judge them.

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  15. What? Chaiii,this life is full of evil may God continue to protect us.
    May their soul rest in peace.

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  16. A whole Family shouldn't be travel in the same vehicle. May they RIP.

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    1. They can travel together if the employed someone to drive.

      Except they split each other or won't travel same day

      Now I understand why my godmother doesn't let her daughters travel together. It has to one at a time..rip to the dead

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  17. Awww! This is so sad. May their souls rest in peace. It is well.

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  18. Jeez!!! Death, where is thy sting?
    God's kingdom.... let it come, let it come, let it come.

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  19. She has already been inducted and she finished from Anambra State University.we were classmates and I still can't get over the whole thing!! Ije!! Such a nice, gentle and loving person! God knows best.

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  20. This is so disheartening. May there souls rest in perfect peace

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  21. The picture up there was taken during her induction ceremony. That's her taking the induction oath.

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    1. Thought so. Na wa for different reports. Also read it was the sister's wedding they were going for. RIP to the departed. Life is fleeting. Hold on to Jesus.

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  22. She was my Secondary School mate
    God fearing, highly intelligent and easy going
    Rest in peace Beautiful
    May God comfort your loved ones

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  23. She has already been inducted..she was currently doing her housejob and it was her sisters wedding not hers..mother,father and daughter dead on d spot...somethings are just too painful

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  24. God have mercy. May He rest their souls.

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  25. Holy Sonnets:
    Death, be not proud BY JOHN DONNE
    Death, be not proud, though some have called
    thee
    Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so;
    For those whom thou think'st thou dost
    overthrow
    Die not, poor Death, nor yet canst thou kill me.
    From rest and sleep, which but thy pictures
    be,
    Much pleasure; then from thee much more
    must flow,
    And soonest our best men with thee do go, Rest of their bones, and soul's delivery.
    Thou art slave to fate, chance, kings, and
    desperate men,
    And dost with poison, war, and sickness
    dwell,
    And poppy or charms can make us sleep as well
    And better than thy stroke; why swell'st thou
    then?
    One short sleep past, we wake eternally
    And death shall be no more; Death, thou shalt
    die.

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  26. That Makurdi road is a death trap. in 1997 I was travelling to get my result from my secondary school to present at my new school screening. Driver was on high speed and would not listen and we ended up with a terrible accident. God is great we all survived but today I can't get pregnant cos my reproductive organs was highly affected. See how great lives are being wasted because of a horrible country. what a loss. RIPP.

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    1. Sorry about that...

      I can only imagine how you feel.
      It is well with Nigeria o!

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  27. Thought its her sister's wedding.
    What a tragedy. Me I don't travel during xmas/new year. I even hate travelling in general, much less festive period.
    May their souls rest in peace. The sister would be feeling beyond distraught right now.

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  28. I read it was a day after her birthday, that the accident occurred. On her way to her sister's wedding.

    Whatver happened... its just heart breaking!

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    1. Her birthday was Christmas day. Accident happened on the 24th of December. Cold shiver... This life is deep.

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  29. Then some buffoons will still come here and blame,insult and curse those Ibos that decide to have their traditional marriage here is Lagos. Just look at this. Rest in Peace to the dead.

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  30. Dis is so so sad. Dis life enh, sometimes I dont just understand

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  31. What a great loss. May our blood never be used for the yuletide Amen.

    Na wa ooo. This one is serious village people.

    The driver survived? why did he not follow them. stupid and careless drivers everywhere.

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  32. Oh Lord! this is sad. May God rest their souls.

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  33. So sad!!!

    May their souls rest in Peace.

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  34. Gosh! Nothing compares to the pain the bereaved must be feeling right now.
    So sad.

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  35. May the souls of the departed rest in the bosom of the Lord.

    However, if she was reported as going for NYSC, the post would have been littered with "Scrap NYSC", |what is the benefit of NYSC", "when are they scrapping this NYSC", so why aren't there posts saying the traditional marriage ceremony at the village should be scrapped?

    Why?

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  36. Igbo people stop travelling home for traditional marriages. It can be done wherever your parents resides. It's so annoying! Rip to the family

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