“Taking a day at a time. Please be Kind with your words. It’s Not easy for me to be back on social media. But life has to go on.”
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Matete was allowed to bury her Hubby at Langa’ta Cemetery on July 23. Apewajoye passed on in April after suffering serious burns from an alleged LPG explosion.