Could this be the reason why Ruth Matete’s husband passed on barely six months into their marriage?
Exploring the possible link between Pastor John Apewajoye’s death and Nigerian taboos
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Wild claims have emerged following the untimely demise of Ruth Matete’s husband John Apewajoye barely six months into their marriage.
Her husband, John Apewajoye passed on Saturday April 12, 2020 while undergoing treatment at a Nairobi-based hospital.
According to Ruth Matete’s father actor Abel Amunga, pastor Apewajoye might have succumbed to serious injuries emanating from a gas explosion two weeks ago.
Wild claims have however emerged linking pastor John Apewajoye’s death to Nigerian taboos.
According to sources which I will not reveal in this article for various reasons, Matete’s husband might have met his untimely demise because of going against societal norms.
According to the Nigerian tradition, a man who has taken a vow and gotten married to his first wife is not expected to remarry.
This, therefore, means that Ruth Matete and Pastor John Apewajoye’s marriage might not have received a nod from Nigerian gods.
Married to another wife?
In November 2019, Pastor John Apewajoye was forced to clear the air on claims that he married Ruth Matete while still married to his first wife, Juliet Aihinomo.
Pastor Apewajoye denounced the claims claiming that there are enemies out there to cripple his marriage to Ruth Matete and rob him of his true love and happiness.
Now that Pastor John Apewajoye has passed on barely six months into his marriage to Ruth Matete, could it be that Nigerian gods had a hand in it?