The woman who was presumed dead appeared in her own funeral life

Whether you believe in the occult or not, watching someone come back from the dead is terrifying. One woman did this, but how she got there in the first place was just like ants crawling.

In 2015, friends and family in Melbourne, Australia, gathered to mourn their beloved Noela Rukundo, to offer their comfort to widowed wife Balenga Kalala.

Unfortunately, she passed away in an accident while attending the funeral of her stepmother in her native Burundi – loved ones are now grieving Rukundo’s death in her own home.

Noela Rukundo.┃Source: twitter.com/theheraldsun

Little did they know that Rukundo was waiting outside her car, watching the procession. When the funeral began to end and the last of the grief was left, her husband walked out. Kalala then got out of her car, expressed:

“Surprise! I’m still alive!”

Of course, if anyone would be shocked to see her in the flesh, it would be her husband, who totally thought she might be a spirit.

Noela Rukundo.┃Source: youtube.com/Dark Curiosities


However, this awe may not be based on the love he had for his former wife – maybe it’s from something more sinister.

Rukundo’s intentional accident happened in her hometown but not how it was advertised. One night, while in Burundi, she chose to spend time in her hotel room relaxing.

Noela Rukundo and Balenga Kalala on their wedding day [left]; Balenga Kalala [right].┃Source: Noela Rukundo and Balenga Kalala on their wedding day [left] Balenga Kalala [right].┃Source: youtube.com/The Trey King Show

Kalala called her, and after hearing that she wasn’t in high spirits, he encouraged Rukundo to go outside for some air, and she did.

Suddenly, The nightmare begins. A man with a gun approached her. He forced her into a nearby vehicle, and proceeded to blindfold her.

After about 40 minutes, the car stopped, and the terrified woman was tied to a seat. These men eventually informed her that her husband had paid them to kill her.


Rukundo refused to believe it until one of the kidnappers was on the phone, which he assured was on the loudspeaker. She could hear her husband’s voice speech:

Rukundo then fainted, and to her surprise, when she woke up, she was informed by the gang leader that they don’t kill children or women. However, they blackmail her spouse for money, raising the prize for his apparent murder of his wife.

They then let Rukundo go, Kalala got the impression that his wife was dead. The men released her by the roadside after two days in captivity. A member speak:

“You have a chance to go abroad for a better life. But the money you make… you use it to kill each other!”

The group of men also left her records of phone exchanges they had with her husband and payment receipts they allegedly had for the money Kalala paid them.

Booked a flight back to Australia with the evidence in hand, Rukundo was ready to take this to court. In a test that took place in December 2016, Kalala Admit.

Chief Justice Marilyn Warren sentenced him to 9 years in prison. The judge deemed his sentence merciless because the murder could leave Rukundo’s eight children motherless.

Rukundo said that she still had the incident in her mind, experiencing nightmares during two days of being tied up and fearing for her life. However, she expressed:

“I will stand up as a strong woman.”

Rukundo is just a woman with an almost unbelievable and devastating story. She’s also just a women who shows us that we all have the will to move on and rewrite a new story.

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Dais Johnston

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