Man And His Pregnant Wife Killed By Hit-and-run Driver Four Months After Their Wedding

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A hit-and run driver has sadly ended the lives of a newly married couple identified as Kingsley and Ajoke Akpor in Warri, Delta State.

Reports have it that the sad incident occurred on Sunday night, May 2, along NPA Expressway. The couple were rammed into by the speeding driver while they were crossing the highway after returning from a birthday party held at PTI Conference Centre.

Regrettably, the unknown driver escaped the scene after ramming into them. After a little research on the couple, it was gathered that Kingsley was a photographer who had a studio in Agbarho, Ughelli North LGA of the state. He got married to his wife, Ajoke on December 21, 2020.

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It was later gathered that Ajoke was heavilly pregnant with their first child and set to deliver this week. Their remains have been conveyed to Ekpan General hospital Mortuary.

For the moment, friends have taken to Facebook to mourn the couple. Efe Akpoviri, wrote:

“I NEVER KNOW U WILL LEAVE THIS WORLD,WHEN U TEXT ME,THAT I SHOULD COME TO YOUR MARRAGE,I TOLD YOU THAT I CAN NOT MAKE IT BECAUSE I LIVE AT LAGOS,I REMEMBER THOSE DAYS IN AGBARHO GRAMMAR SCHOOL,WHEN WE MOVE TOGETHER AND YOU ALWAYS CALL ME CONTO1 AND I CALL YOU FELA,BUT I WAS SHOCK THAT ACCIDENT TAKE YOU,YOUR PREGNANT WIFE AND YOUR UNBORN BABE,YOU THAT JUST DO YOUR MARRAGE NOT LONG AGO,OH. THOSE THAT DO YOU THIS WILL NEVER LIVE,KILL THOSE THAT DISTROY YOU AND YOUR FAMILY. REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND”

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Gloria Efemena John Otogbolo, said she and Kingsley had planned on a shoot this week.

“I can’t still believe you are gone.we meant last at video editing office to book our work and we talk about me shooting work for you this week oooh no I can’t believe you and ur wife and unborn kid re gone noooo oo. I remember the first day I met you,you taught me some things in photography o I admire ur work in photography. RIP”

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