A Nigerian man has come out to share his grief with Nigerians, after a drunk driver, hit his wife with his car, killing her in the process and still managed to bribe his way out.
The man called for justice saying the driver killed his wife at her prime and is a threat to the Public, he also called out the Justice system for failing to do their rightful duties.
I once had everything. Absolutely pleased with what I had. A beautiful and loving wife, a darling daughter and a happy home. Someone ripped me. Took a whole part of me. He took my woman away. He took my source of joy. This beautiful angel was the reason I was a husband, the reason I am a Father.
She was the reason I had a happy home. She was home. She was everything. Heaven sent. She could do no harm. She was pure! I can’t move on. She could not see me hurt, she would put a fight for me. How would I look away when she wasn’t just hurt, she was brutally killed. I WANT JUSTICE.
You were drunk on Monday morning, drove without a licence, and killed my wife with the pregnancy of our baby boy. You didn’t try to brake, you didn’t try to swerve, you just released the full force on her. And the justice system looked at all the fact of the case and still deemed it right to let you walk. Shame.
Are we just left with lawlessness in this country? So anyone can just do an illegal act and take people’s lives in the process and go freely as far as he can bribe his way through the law enforcement agents?You cut my wife’s life at her prime.
You destroyed my home. You denied my daughter her mother’s love. And you denied our unborn child a chance at life. Am living a nightmare you can’t imagine. And you will just walk and go back drinking and partying! This is so sad and unacceptable.
Nigeria’s justice system is sending a message to me, my daughter and all law abiding citizens that everyone’s life is disposable. God please help me, I don’t want my wife and my son to have died for nothing. Send help please. I need your intervention. I pray no one has to go through this. There has to be a deterrent so no one gets behind the wheels drunk.