Husband mourns his new wife who died while delivering their twin babies (See Twins Photo)

A woman died while delivering a set of twins only one year after her wedding, and her husband has gone online to mourn her in a heartbreaking post.

Patience Eze Chukwu (nee Arisa) from Nkporo in Ohafia, Abia state, died on Thursday, April 23, during childbirth. Her babies, a boy and a girl, survived and are doing well.

She has now been buried in a ceremony attended by only a few people due to the lockdown.

Her husband, Evangelist Eze Chukwu, shared photos of his wife taken on their wedding day (Jan 4 2019) and another of her casket on her burial day and wrote: “Today is a year, 3 months and few days i got married to you. Rest in peace. I will always love you.”

He wrote in another post: “Who did you leave this children for Honey, we planned to raise them together. My love is gone too soon.”

Friends of the deceased have also gone on Facebook to mourn her.

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    • Omar
    • April 27, 2020

    I sympathize with you my brother. It’s well. The Lord is your strength

    • chibueze evarlistus ogbonnaya
    • April 27, 2020

    This is a beautiful woman may your soul rest in peace in Jesus name Amen. God will provide what will be used in Training those kids as he said in the book of psalm 22:26 that he will provide everything that we need so God is there to take care of those kids Amen

    • Yemi alani
    • April 27, 2020

    May her soul rest in peace

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    God will help you and your twins baby in Jesus name amen

    • Ojo Adetoun Olubukola
    • April 27, 2020

    May her gentle soul rest in peace

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    May her gentle soul rest in peace

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    Sorry Mama,we all miss your dearly love, you once shared with humanity upon the earth,A journey of no returns,forever in our hearts you will never be forgotten, until at the end of time we shall all meet.may your soul rest in peace to peace .Amen

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