Friday, December 25, 2015
RITUAL? See shocking details of how this Naija Beauty Queen is about to marry her late friend's husband...
When a source forward this story to OluFamous.Com, what got my attention was that the husband was not doing very well but as soon as he got some money his wife was no longer good enough for him, he started running things with another lady. And the fact that it is possible he and this Beauty Queen were 'wiping' themselves before his wife's controversial death. People no longer have the fear of God. Sad!
See after the cut:
Friends and family are crying foul as winner of Queen of Aso Nigeria 2014, an Abuja-based beauty pageant, Florence Esu, is engaged to her friend’s husband, Dr. Bright Echefu, four months after the friend died during pregnancy.
The pair got engaged this past Saturday, December 19, 2015 and invited Queen Of Aso Nigeria 2009 Jennifer Igwegbe and other members from the pageant’s management team.
Cindy Echefu, Bright’s late wife, died less than a month after turning 28 years old, this August, 2015, when she was pregnant with the couple’s third child.
The pair (Florence and Cindy) were close friends when Cindy was alive.
Friends and some family members, including Cindy’s cousin, have taken to Facebook and Instagram to pour out their suspicions and frustrations on Bright Echefu moving on too quickly with another babe.
A photo of his new fiancee is now his profile picture on his Instagram page.
Trying to defend his action, the husband wrote: “Engagement doesn’t mean we have been sleeping with each other. She is the only friend I can keep in the care of kids.”
He also added his late wife’s family fully supports him and even his late wife would support him if she was alive, saying, “My late wife’s family are [sic] fully aware of this decision and they knew I did it for the sake of our kids” and “The Cindy I have known and loved so dearly is part of this decision.”
But many are not buying the husband's story. According to Keep Calm Black is Beautiful blog a lot of folks who reacted to the saga are angry and some are even accusing the husband point-blank:
I guess no one can say for sure that this man killed his wife to marry Florence, but their action no pure!