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Onyeka Nwelue, a well-known Nigerian international filmmaker, has spoken out about a bizarre occurrence that occurred in his family a few years ago.

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According to Onyeka Nwelue, his paternal grandfather’s youngest brother, was scheduled to be “put to rest,” but allegedly left the morgue to avoid being carried to church “against his will.”

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He told the story on his Instagram account.
“My paternal grandfather’s youngest sibling was due to be “put to rest” yesterday,” Onyeka Nwelue stated. His body could not be found when he arrived at the mortuary.

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Although there was no funeral yesterday, I understand that people ate, drank, and returned home.

 

After reporting to the authorities, I advised his son not to get worked up. The deceased, according to the morgue workers, left the morgue on his own.

Would you not call this fiction if you read it in a book or watched it in a movie?.

My grandfather lived to be 93 years old. What would anyone do with a 93-year-body? old’s It’s unusual and mysterious.

However, when I was a teenager, I lived with him and knew he was a traditionalist. He just went to church sessions to play the piano because he enjoyed it so much! I’m still perplexed as to why they were attempting to drag his body to the church.

 

Furthermore, I have reservations about funerals. I don’t go to funerals. If people die right now, I believe they should be buried as soon as possible. Funerals are for pigs that are filthy. I can’t trust someone who eats at funerals, especially.
I’ll keep you updated if the body is discovered, but my family is in a pickle.

 

 

 

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