- According to reports, a man identified as Sunday Nwosu, died on January, 10, 2016
- His junior brother, Ikechukwu, claimed that his corpse was still at the mortuary because he had no money to bury him
- Three years later, Ikechukwu reportedly organised a burial for his brother without notifying family members
- Ikechukwu’s junior sister stormed the burial, forcefully opened the casket and discovered a carved wood instead of Sunday’s corpse
Most people do not like to hear news of death, especially if it’s that of a family member or loved one. However some individuals see death as an opportunity to be mischievous.
According to a Facebook user, Jestymoore Oyudo, a carved wood was buried in place of a dead body in Anambra state.
It was gathered that the deceased, Sunday Nwosu, died in 2016, but his junior brother, Ikechuckwu, claimed that there was no funds to host a burial so his body was kept in a mortuary.
However, three years later, precisely on November 23, Ikechukwu organised a burial for his brother without notifying other family members.
Perhaps suspecting that there might have been foul play, his junior sister stormed the burial and forcefully opened the casket only to find a carved wood instead of a dead body.
This raised a lot of drama and confusion as people wondered what the brother was up to and what he did with the corpse.
Despite all the drama the revelation caused Ikechukwu still made sure that the ceremony continued and the wood was eventually buried.
Now people are clamouring for Ikechukwu's arrest and an explanation on the whereabouts of his brother's dead body.
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