- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to recount his experience while visiting Lord Lugard's home in Akwa Ibom
- The man claimed he had encountered Lugard's ghost in the home which is now abandoned
- Lord Frederick John Lugard was the last Governor of Northern Nigeria Protectorate and the first Governor-General of Nigeria
Do you believe in ghost stories? If you do, you might love to hear what this Nigerian man has to say about an encounter with the ghost of Lord Frederick John Lugard.
A Nigerian man identified simply as Harold as taken to Twitter to share his encounter with the ghost of Lord Frederick John Lugard on Tuesday, January 1, at his residence in Akwa Ibom state.
The man narrated the story of his journey from his hometown to where Lord Lugard's house his located in Ikpa Ibekwe, Ikot Abasi local government area.
According to the man, it is a taboo for his family members to leave the house on Christmas Day and on New Year Day. He noted that his family believes that those are the days targeted by the supernatural.
He, however, explained that he decided to leave the house on New Year Day against his family beliefs.
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The man revealed that he had gone out with his brother and a friend. He narrated how they encountered strange occurrences on their way to Lord Lugard's home. They allegedly met occult people on their way and their car got spoilt strangely.
On getting to the residence which he said was desered, the man revealed that they were impressed by everything they saw because it had to do with the Nigerian history.
He further expressed that a strange thing occurred when he heard a voice telling him to get out of the residence.
Despite the fact that ghost stories still remain stories of myths and legends, from time to time people recount stories of ghosts they encountered. Legit.ng had reported that a Ghanaian actor had revealed that as a child he had lived with a ghost for three months.
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