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Sister Gives Details of How Ex-Husband Killed Esther Egbon A UK Nurse by katty : August 14, 2020, 06:26:32 PM
The sister of a Nurse murdered last week has given a break down of what happened and advised women to recognize early signs of impending doom in marriage. Below is the details on the gofund page


Esther Egbon, was murdered by her ex partner Mr Igie Erabor, making  their 4 children orphans. The funds raised will be used for her funeral and for her  4 kids she left behind.



Her life was taken by her lazy ex.  A man she fed and took care of for 16 years.

About Esther


Esthe was 30 year old s. She was an extra ordinary, kind and a friendly young woman. A real goal getter who enjoyed helping people in any way she could.  She has 4 kids Dave 10, Samuel 8, Derrick 6, Daniel 3.  Esther was a bold and beautiful lady who refused to be scared of Coronavirus when her gastro ward was converted to COVID -19 ward at King George hospital in London from March to July. Even when I was scared for her life because she was in the forefront of the pandemic crisis taking care of only COVID- 19 patients, I asked her to take a break from her job for awhile but she simply laughed it off and told me not to be worried  that she was stronger than COVID-19.  However, little did she know she was not only with a lazy video games addict man but also a killer. Esther was so passionate and very much loved by people wherever she went. After struggling for 16 good years as the bread winner taking care of 4 children and her lazy Igie, Esther finally got admission to do nursing at Southend University with an upgrade to midwifery.  This progress was too much for the lazy Igie to handle and he decided to move out of the rented house he did contributed towards the rent or upkeep.  He promised to get a fixed income job but didn't. My sister was a permanent night shift worker yet Igie couldn’t look for a daytime job for a fixed monthly income but used his life to play video games and watched movies 247, for 16 years. When she decided to move on with her life he horribly murdered her.

My advice to women; stop finding excuses to remain in a relationship with a useless man. A real man who loves you will surely love and care for you and your child or children. A man who doesn’t care from the beginning is a write-off.  Do not live an illusive life like my beloved sister, who eventually lost her life tragically with a knife to her throat by a lazy monster like Igie and cowardly took his life as well.  Igie also boasted that he was a known cultist in Nigeria.  He often lamented about how his mother abandoned him to be raised by 3 different families. Unfortunately, my sister didn’t see these signs. If you don’t have love in you, you cannot give it. You can only give what you have! I hope you will know the signs when you see one.

NB, the rumour that Igie brought my sister to the UK is not true. Such a claim is a personal insult to me and my family and very ridiculous.  I wonder how people are desperately trying to justify the slaughtering of a young woman. She was a British and he was not. The killer obtained his legal resident permit in the UK with the help of my sister and myself.

Thanks for reading and please support us in this very difficulty time.


God bless you.


To donate to the funeral go to https://uk.gofundme.com/f/for-an-nhs-staff-that-was-mordered

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