Nigerian born woman, Uche who left the country 8 years ago has cried out after she lost her 3 kids to a fatal auto crash in Canada.
Every January 1 was supposed to be a day of rejoicing to everyone, having scale through the previous year, but the reverse is the case of a Canada based Nigerian woman identified as Uche Osagie, as she lost her three kids on January 1, 2020.
Uche who has been in pain for the past 6 days now has finally garnered the strength to speak to the public about the ordeal she can never forget in her lifetime.
According to her, she was travelling to file an appeal for permanent status when the fatal auto crash happened.
Uche had left Nigeria, 8 years ago, with her two oldest children who died in the accident for a better life in Canada, but was having difficulties acquiring permanent residency.
She said that in mid-December, 2019, she had received a letter that her second appeal had been denied, so she travelled to Toronto to get a lawyer to file a federal appeal. And that the family was returning home to Chelmsford when the car she was driving hit a rock-cut, killing her children, Britney, 6, Flourish, 10, and Destiny, 11.
However, the cause of the terrible accident is yet to be known.
Uche notes that her son Destiny had said to her that he is never going back to Nigeria before the accident happened.
“No, I’m not going back to Nigeria. I want to live in Canada. I would rather die than be deported.”
“Now my son is going to be buried in Canada,” She Said soberly.