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5 Adamawa Friends Burnt To Death In Motor Accident Buried Amidst Tears (Photos)

The remains of the five friends burnt to death in a ghastly car accident were laid to rest on Sunday, April 11 in Adamawa State

The accident occurred on Friday, April 9, while the men were reportedly heading to Kaduna state for their friend’s engagement ceremony.

The men have been identified as Mwaniya Japhet Gajere, Samson Eric Gandapa, Isaac Dauda Shingu (Ajebo), Hyelakidati Samuel Hananiya (World Best) and Jackson Lumanyi (Lumex).

Friends, colleagues and family members have continued to mourn.

Yohanna Nachafiya wrote on Facebook;

We are never ready to say goodbye forever even though we know it is a part of life that we all most follow one day at a time. Today our heart is heavy and broken into a million pieces for loosing someone so special, kind, loving and caring. Ajebo…
It hurts so much because there’s nothing we can do or say that can bring you back to us. There are not many people in the world like you and today, the earth mourn the loss of a brother and a friend.
You were and still an inspiration to many, you had a heart that radiated love and warmth, and you spread happiness wherever you were. You have touched the hearts of many who owe you a lifetime of gratitude. On the sands of time, you have left your footprints with glory.

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It’s a privilege to have known you and was an honor to have shared this world with you. Thank you for your friendship.
Rest in peace dearest friends and brothers.

5 Adamawa Friends Burnt To Death In Motor Accident Buried Amidst Tears (Photos)

5 Adamawa Friends Burnt To Death In Motor Accident Buried Amidst Tears (Photos)

5 Adamawa Friends Burnt To Death In Motor Accident Buried Amidst Tears (Photos)

5 Adamawa Friends Burnt To Death In Motor Accident Buried Amidst Tears (Photos)

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