- A lady identified as Akunna Nwala has given her own account of what transpired between herself and Pastor Keniebi Okoko
- The billionaire pastor died from complications during liposuction
- Akunna was accused of taking the pastor to a cosmetic surgeon without the knowledge and consent of his wife
A lady identified as Akunna Nwala has explained the circumstances surrounding the death of a Bayelsa billionaire pastor, Keniebi Okoko.
Nwala took to her Instagram page to shed light on the matter after some media reports claimed that she took Pastor Keniebi to a cosmetic surgeon for liposuction without the knowledge and consent of his wife.
According to Nwala, the late pastor and his wife reached out to her to recommend cosmetic surgeons for them in Nigeria, which she did.
She said: "I certainly had knowledge of a few such physicians in Lagos on the basis of my respectable standing and good influence in the beauty industry in Lagos and in addition owing a beauty spa where non evasive procedures are carried out."
Nwala said she recommended two surgeons for the couple and they eventually settled for one. According to her, the pastor died from complications during the liposuction.
Read her post below:
In other news, grandparents really deserve to live forever to witness the birth and growth of their next generation.
A heartwarming video of a grandfather meeting his granddaughter for the first time has since gone viral with many netizens admiring the moment.
In a video shared by the old man's son on his Instagram account, he really got emotional holding his granddaughter to the point he even shed tears.
"When my dad met my daughter for the first time," wrote the man identified as Kadeem Williams.
The old man could be heard talking to the young girl as he gave her a very adorable look and when his son noted he was crying, he said: "I'm not crying".
When his son tried to take the little girl from him, he chased him away to have a moment with his granddaughter.
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