A popular Hair vendor identified as Ahiwe Precious, popularly known as Perry, has passed away in Owerri, Imo State. Perry was a well-known and respected businesswoman, known for her exceptional hair skills and her warm personality. She had a large customer base, and her loss has come as a shock to many in the community.
According to reports, Perry died on Friday, February 3, after suffering from an undisclosed ailment. She was only in her mid-30s, and her death has come as a devastating blow to her friends, family, and customers. Perry was due to get married on February 14, 2023, which was also her birthday.
The news of her death has come as a shock to everyone who knew her, and the entire Imo State community has come together to pay their respects to a woman who touched so many lives.
Perry’s passing has received emotional tributes from friends, family, and customers on social media. Many described her as a kind, hardworking, and selfless individual who always put others before herself. Her smile and infectious laugh will be deeply missed by those who knew her, and the void left by her absence will be felt for a long time. Perry’s wedding ceremony was set to be a grand affair, and many were looking forward to witnessing her walk down the aisle with her fiancé.
Perry’s death has come as a reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of cherishing every moment we have. She lived a life filled with love and laughter, and her memory will live on in the hearts of those who knew her. The Imo State community has come together to support Perry’s family during this difficult time, and to pay their respects to a woman who made such a positive impact on so many lives.
The passing of Ahiwe Precious, better known as Perry, has left a void in the hearts of everyone who knew her. She was a talented businesswoman, a kind and selfless friend, and a beautiful soul. Her memory will live on in the hearts of those who knew her, and her legacy will continue to inspire others for generations to come.
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