Alot of things are happening right now in Nigeria, we're all still alive by the grace of God.
On the 13th of November 2020, Abia State Polytechnic held their matriculation party for new students, and many people round the state attended. A young guy identified as Ndubuisi Okorie was reportedly shot and killed by suspected cult members after attending the matriculation party.
The young Ndubuisi attended ohafia high school and started a small aluminum business in Aba, he is from Elu Ohafia in Ohafia Local Government, Abia State.
According to the information gathered from his close friends and people who know him, he's the first child of his parents, I'm very sure his mom is still crying right now.
Some of his close friends and relatives couldn't stop crying, some of them took to their Facebook wall to mourn him, see their post below.
These are reactions from different persons who knew him
These are his photos
May his soul rest in perfect peace, and may his killers never know peace.
I pray the policemen in Abia State apprehend his killers.
Please take a moment of your time to say a prayers for soul through the comment section below, and don't forget to like and share this report.
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