A man broke down in tears when he saw his wife, who died in 2015, holding hands walking down the road with another man.
Ikahiru, who had traveled from his state to another state, saw his dead wife enjoying life with another man and decided to confirm if it was really her, and his dead wife admitted it was her.
Ikahiru passed out upon seeing his so-called dead wife alive with another man. People around him rushed to rescue him. When Ikahiru regains consciousness, he claims that Abigail died six years ago and was buried the following year, in 2014.
When Ikahiru first saw her, he couldn't believe his eyes. He thought he had seen a ghost. He insisted she died and she was buried in his compound. How come she's now leaving with a man? Her husband insisted she was the one.
However, Abigail did not deny she wasn't the one but insisted she only faked her death to go live with her. Because her husband refused to divorce her, insisting that they must remain together, she decided to commit suicide to get away from him.
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