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How I Loaned My Friend 800k And Later Found Out He’s A Ghost — Man Cries Out After Lending Money To His Dead Friend

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A Nigerian man identified as Okorie Israel Origin, has finally joined the #ghost_are_real_challange on social media as he shared his own story of how he allegedly gave his friend, a loan of eight hundred thousand naira (800k) only to later discovered that the friend was a ghost, who had died prematurely.

According to the social media user, who claimed that his friend, Cornelius came to him seeking for a loan that he would pay back and he willingly gave the sum of 800k to him, hoping for his friend to return it back at due time.

After some months, later Conerlius disappeared and was no where to be found, but luckily he knew Cornelius’ hometown, so he decided to pay him a surprise visit. On getting there, he was told that the man, he was looking for, is dead and that he died two years ago.

He noted that he was even taken to Cornelius’ grave in order for him to confirm that he was truly dead.

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He went on to narrate how the family of Cornelius complained bitterly and laid curses on the deceased, saying that, he borrowed a lot of money from different people, when he was alive and even after his death, the family has not finished paying the dept, yet after his death, he has been going around, borrowing more money from his friends and other people, and promised to pay them back. He went to the extent of borrowing up ₦5million in less than 3 months and still borrowing more, they said.

In his words;

I borrow person 800,000 naira last year November. As the guy run commot, I trace am go him village. As I reach him village dey show me Cornelius grave. They say he died since two years. E no too surprise me because that guy they get one kind smell when I know am. As I tell the family say the guy borrow money from me last two months, all of them start dey shout dey curse poor Cornelius. They talk say the debt where the guy owe when he was alive , dey never pay am finish, the mumu go dey borrow another money as spirit. They say the guy don borrow up to 5million from other people within the last 3 months. Imagine this kind ghost!!!!

Anyway, me I am in Anambra state now. I heard there is a prophet that raise people from dead. I don go meet am to raise Cornelius because I need my money.  Please if you have Prophet Onyeze’s number help me because the one I have is saying “call again later”. How ghost go dey borrow money for him village people head? Na dem k*ll am?

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25 Year Old Lady Who Met A Guy On Facebook On Valentine’s Day, Gets Stranded On Getting To Abuja (Photos)

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A young lady named Sandra, who was invited by a man, she met on social media who got stranded has been helped out by good Samaritans around the Kubwa area of Abuja.

According to the 25 years old lady, she met the man on popular social app, Facebook, on Valentine’s day and after some moments of chatting with the man, she decided to visit him in Abuja where he stays. She left Lagos to Abuja, but unfortunately on getting to Kubwa, area of Abuja, she realized that the young man’s mobile number has been switched off. She continuosly dialed the number but couldn’t reach him.

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She further said that the man identified as D-Boy had promised to pay her transport fare, if she can afford to pay from Lagos to Abuja.

Many people have started to blast her for taking the risk from Lagos state to Abuja just to meet a man she has never met before, while others are advising other young ladies to learn from Sandra’s experience.

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