Pregnant Woman’s Carelessness Causes Her To Lose 2 Other Kids In A Fire
A Facebook post recently shared by a lady known as Pepnonsy Amadi, has now left people wondering why a woman would be so careless with her children. This woman who happens to be the subject of discussion, is claimed to have lost her 2-year-old set of twins to a fire incident which happened on Sunday.
According to the Facebook user who shared the story, the incident happened at about 5:00am in the morning. Her post stated that the husband left for work very early in the morning, and shortly after, the mother of the babies left the house, for an alcoholic joint. She claims the act is part of her daily routine, and she has been doing it for a very long time, without issues.
However, on this Sunday morning, she left the children inside, with a candle. And it was also stated that there was a gas cylinder in the room in which the fire started. It is quite unclear what caused the fire, but not only did the fire kill these two babies, it also left some people homeless.
Pepnonsy Amadi also made it known that this same woman who lost her babies to the fire, also lost a 7-year-old daughter to ritualism, sometimes ago.
IT WAS A BLACK SUNDAY INDEED
Never wanted to post this but couldn’t bear keeping silent anymore
This happened close to my street early Sunday morning (5 o’clock) we were woken up by the screams of people living around with the fear of what might happen to other buildings around and flames of fire.
The said family lived in a Batcher, a man his pregnant wife and two twin boys aged 2yrs.
The information gathered was that early that morning the husband left the house to work, while the wife also left to go take a shot of ogogoro (kai-kai) locking up her twin boys inside the room with a lighted candle, nobody knew how the candle started the fire but because there was a gas cylinder inside the same apartment the cylinder exploded roasting the two innocent twins to death not only that alot of buildings were burnt too causing some people to be homeless, properties were lost too.
— Pepnonsy Amadi