Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Jilted Lover Kills Ex On Her Wedding Day Plus New Husband & Her Mother



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A man who was apparently angry after being ditched by his girlfriend  stormed the wedding venue of his ex-girlfriend, and shot the couple to death. The incident caused serious chaos in the Ukala community of Delta State on Saturday, January 31, 2015 when he

He went further to shoot sporadically at the guests who were gathered to witness the event and eventually killed the bride’s mother in the process. The venue of the ill-fated wedding, which was also to serve as reception for the guests, was laid waste when trouble started immediately after the couple’s first dance.

The bride who was simply identified as Stephany, was a graduate of Office Management and Technology from one of the polytechnics in the state.

It was learnt that she had walked up to her ex-boyfriend simply identified as Teddy to inform him that she was tired of their relationship which had lasted for eight years without leading them to the altar.

Some sources in the know disclosed that her intention was to make Teddy propose to marry her with immediate effect since they had both secured jobs.

After receiving the news, Teddy was said to have started nurturing plans to finally settle down with her.

Things took new turns however, when Stephany’s mum suddenly appeared with a United Kingdom-based businessman who arrived Nigeria in December 2014 and introduced him to Stephany.

The deceased bride’s mum told her that the unnamed United Kingdom man was in dire need of a wife and Stephany who was desperate to settle down welcomed the idea since virtually all her mates were married.

They started plans to tie the knot as soon as practicable without any knowledge of the unforeseen danger ahead.

Unfortunately they could not live to tell the story of their big day as the bride’s angry ex-lover decided to nip the relationship in the bud by sniffing life out of them halfway into their wedding ceremony.

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