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MediaTek posted a topic in People and NationsPopular South African Socialite, pantless dancer, Zodwa Libram Libram, has decided to go coffin shopping as she acquired one for a whopping 150,000 Rands, which equals over 4 million naira. Sharing the photos of her purchase on her social media, Instagram and Facebook, Zodwa stated that she has bought the coffins because she doesn’t fear death. Because we’ll all die someday and that she doesn’t want to die and it’ll become a problem for her family to buy her common coffin. She wrote: “Death. Black Society is Scared to talk about Death. My Coffin ⚰ is 150k. Are you ready or your Family is still gonna Run around? I don’t want Zodwa Wabantu was Famous now there’s no Money to Bury her”
Popular South African nudist known for going pantless ,Zodwa Wabantu revealed she splashed 150,000 rants on a gold coffin . She took to Facebook to declare she is not scared of death so she is preparing ahead of time . Death. Society is so Afraid to talk about Death. We all gonna Die,I made a Choice to Purchase my Coffin⚰ while alive. Its worth 150k On 2018,She was deported from Zambia for appearing pantless at an event .
A man met his untimely end at the hands of angry villagers in Umuoji area of Anambra state. The deceased identified as Paschal Chinazor Onyilo, who was a sound/music operator and even worked for the Anambra government, was alleged to be a kidnapper and was beaten to pulp before he finally gave up the ghost. It was gathered that last week, Paschal Onyilo, a native of Abatete in Idemili North LGA of Anambra State, was driving to Obosi area to set up his sound equipment for an event. However on getting to Umuoji, some school children threw stones at his vehicle and caused some damage. He then alighted from the vehicle to accost the kids over the damage. All of them ran away except one boy who was caught by Paschal. It was learnt that Paschal held the boy and requested that he should take him to his parents as he drove him in his car. Meanwhile the other children who had escaped – raised an alarm that a certain man had ‘kidnapped’ one of them. The villagers quickly mobilized themselves, came back and confronted Paschal. They didn’t give him a chance to explain himself and pounced on him immediately beating mercilessly. His car was also set on fire before he was rescued by the police. The villagers who saw some political stickers in his car – accused him of being a kidnapper who works for politicians in the state and was looking for children to use for rituals. By the time help came, Paschal was already unconscious and he was taken to Iyi-Enu Hospital, Ogidi. He did survive emergency surgery and was able to narrate what happened to the police and others that visited him in hospital. Unfortunately, Paschal gave up the ghost days later from the injuries sustained from the mob action. Watch video