A young Nigerian lady [/b]shares a poignant story about the tragic loss of her father in a devastating accident that occurred while he was en route to the village. The heartbreaking tale unfolds in response to a user's inquiry on the microblogging platform, X, where followers were prompted to recount memorable stories about their fathers.
Amaka, known as @amyesomchi on the platform, seizes the opportunity to open up about the untimely demise of her father during a journey to the village. According to her account, her father was scheduled to attend a burial in January, and she had requested him to retrieve an Oxford dictionary she had left behind in the village. Tragically, fate took a cruel turn as he lost his life in a fatal accident, still clutching the dictionary in his hand.
In her poignant recounting of the incident, Amaka writes, "December 2011, I forgot my Oxford dictionary in the village. He had a burial to attend in January, and I asked him to help me bring it. He had a fatal accident, died holding the dictionary. Rip Pman! I’ll always love you🕊️. You have no idea how much I’ve wanted to hear this, 'It’s not your fault,' because I actually feel guilty."
The emotional narrative resonates deeply with social media users, sparking an outpouring of empathy and support. Messages urging Amaka not to blame herself for the tragic incident flood in, emphasizing that it was a cruel twist of fate rather than any fault of her own.