- In a tragic story, two siblings have died just a few hours apart of each other, one dying of natural illness while the second died in a ghastly road accident
- The first to pass on was the woman named Ngohide Kwagh who died in Jos, the capital of Plateau state
- The brother, Terhide Kwagh, was said to have conveyed her corpse to Benue state, but on his way back to Jos, he was involved in a road accident which unfortunately took his life
It is a tragic story for the family of Kwagh in Benue state as they lost two children in hours. Both siblings died only a few hours apart from each other.
According to the tragic story, the first to pass on was Ngohide Kwagh who died in Jos where she has been receiving treatment for an illness. She was said to have been sick for a long time, about 15 years.
Ngohide passed on December 17, 2021 in Jos. Her brother, Terhide was said to have conveyed her corpse to Benue state.
However, on his way back, Terhide was involved in a tragic road accident that took his life. This was on December 18, 2021, just a day after his sister died.
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Terver Atuu who shared the story on Facebook wrote:
"Can't still apprehend this, rest in peace my people. This life is in God's hands, Ngohide died, you told me,I consoled and you had an accident and died the next day. Terhide, may God accept your soul and your sister, I pray for mama to be strong. may the angels welcome both of you."
Seven members of a family die after eating suya in Umuahia
According to the story, Sunday Ugba died alongside six other members of his family. Four children who were on holiday from school were also part of those who died.
One of those who survived the incident was Ijeoma, one of the children of the deceased. She explained that she ate the suya but did not drink the juice.