I lost it all – Nigerian mother speaks after her 3 children’s death in New Year’s crash in Canada (Photo)

A Nigerian woman identified as Uche Osagie who lost all her three kids in a car crash which occurred on New Year’s Day January 1st, has cried out. 

Uche, while narrating how the devastating and painful loss happened, said her 3 children died in the collision which occurred at northern Ontario highway while she was on her way to file an appeal for permanent resident status in Canada. 

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According to Uche who fled Nigeria 8 years ago with her 2 oldest kids for a better life in Canada, stated that she was traveling to Toronto to get a lawyer to file a federal appeal after receiving a letter that her second appeal had been denied. 

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The highly traumatized Nigerian mother said; 

“I thought I was doing the best thing for them to bring them to Canada to give them a better life, but I don’t know anymore. 

“The celebration they longed for, they are no longer here to celebrate. So, to me, I think I’m a loser. I lost it all. All my fight, everything, is in vain and I ask myself, once again, and I keep asking God, ‘Why did you keep me?’ You should have taken me and let those children have a better future. It’s all about them. I lived all my life for those kids.”

It was gathered that flags are currently flying half-mast at Chelmsford Public School in Greater Sudbury community of Chelmsford, where all 3 kids; Britney, Flourish, and Destiny attended.

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