Meet The Teenage Wife Of Late Kogi Gov, Abubakar Audu Who Almost Became First Lady At 19-Year-Old

Meey The Teenage Wife Of Late Kogi Gov, Abubakar Audu Who Almost Became First Lady At 19-Year-Old

Sometimes life takes the long awaiting success which seems to have been achieved and shattered everything we think we’ve had.

 

This is the story of the teenage wife, Farida Olivia Audu, of late Kogi State Governor, Prince Abubakar Audu, who lost everything when she was at the verge of becoming the youngest ever first lady in Nigeria at the age of 19 years old when her beloved husband who was the candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress ( APC ) in the 2015 governorship election in Kogi State died at the eve of his victory.

 

Farida Olivia Audu, the teenage wife of the Prince Abubakar Audu was 19 years old in 2015 when her husband who was born on October 24, 1947 died at the age of 68 years old.

 

The young woman who hails from Benue was still UNIJOS undergraduate when her husband died and shattered all her plan.

Young Farida Olivia Audu who was the third wife of the late former Governor of Kogi State was set to be the youngest first lady in Nigeria when the death of her husband snatched the joy and happiness from her on November 22, 2015.

 

At a very young age, the pretty wife of late Prince Abubakar Audu was thrown into the life of widow at such such a young age.

The pretty young widow has had to contend with the pain of being a widow when she thought of making history as the youngest ever first lady in Nigeria.

 

Since her husband died on November 22, 2015 on the eve of his victory that would have returned as Kogi State Governor, she has gone underground and nothing has been heard about her except that she was later seen with a babe months after the death of her husband which is believed to be the baby she has for the late husband.

 

The death was a big blow to her which put an end to her dream of becoming the youngest ever first lady in Nigeria.

 

Her late husband, Prince Abubakar Audu ruled Kogi State between January 1992 to November 1993 and May 29, 1999 to May 29, 2003. He died at the eve of his victory on November 22, 2015 while seeking for a re-election.

 

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