Husband of Lady killed by her nanny in Abuja, mourns (PHOTOS)

The husband of the Nigerian Lady reportedly murdered by her nanny has mourned the death of his beloved wife.

Narrating the incident to LIB, a friend to the deceased, Ruby Galore, shared:

Yemisi and her daughter

“My friend is married to an Isrealite and her husband is not always around. She lives in the house with her daughter and the maid, Johnson Becky, as well as the security guards.

“On the day of the incident, Becky after attacking her, locked her inside with her daughter, packed some of her valuables and went out of the house in search of a taxi man at about 11pm. No one knows the reason for the attack.”

“When she returned, she told the security guards that she was traveling to her village and needed to pack her things. The guards stopped her from moving out, insisting that Yemisi did not inform them she was traveling. They tried calling her phones but there was no response. Becky then told the guards that she wanted to go into the car to pick up her other phone so she can call Madam. That was how she fled and has not been seen till date. The next day, Yemisi’s husband instructed the security guards to break the door and enter the house. That was when they found her in the pool of her blood with stab wounds all over her body”.

Mourning the demise of his beloved wife, the husband, took to the gram to share a photo he took with his wife, 6 days before her death.

“16-Sept-2018 our last hours together before I had to get back to work… six days later she was gone”

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Also sharing a photo from the burial ceremony in Abuja, he wrote: “Farewell my love on your last journey 😢😢 May your pure and gentle sole rest in peace forever… The love of my life and my sole mate, I can’t believe it’s goodbye forever.”

Photos of the Nanny:


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