‘This is why I went to Shiloh.’ “I pleaded and begged.” – A Nigerian man laments the death of his wife, who died after a long battle with cancer.

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Nigerian man has resorted to Twitter to express his sorrow for his wife, who recently passed away after long fight with cancer.


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The man TheUnsullied shared via his Twitter handle that he went to Shiloh to pray and beseech God to heal his spouse, but she died in the end. 
He met her at NYSC, according to him, and she changed the course of his life.


He penned letter expressing his sorrow.

”The woman I am in Love with is dead.

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This is unbelievable. It better be a dream.

I went to Shiloh because of this. I prayed, I begged. I was going to show her this in a year’s time because I was so certain we’d beat this.

This woman changed the trajectory of my life. Can’t even put into words the impact she had in my life.

I was calling and there was no response so I figured she’ll probably just call me back.

Lose someone to sickle cell one year and another year lose another person to cancer. I am tired man, let everything just end.

I’ve known her for 7 years and I was in love from the very first time I saw her during Nysc.

Going back to read all our conversations on all the messaging apps we were communicating on.

My eyes are empty from all the tears I’ve cried.

We shared dreams, we had plans. We talked almost everytime. She was always putting me on to opportunities. She was always there for me.

I need one more moment, there are things I need to say to her, need to tell her again, need to see her smile and hear her laugh again.

Dear Lord you’ve taken so many of my people, I’m just wondering why you haven’t taken my life.”


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