Three graves to bury a man: the burial was seized by the relatives of my deceased father – Madam

Posted by on Oct 24, 2020, Under: News

Three graves to bury a man: the burial was seized by the relatives of my deceased father – Madam

According to Igbere TV, a woman from Nigeria on Twitter tweeted about the violent events surrounding her father’s funeral.

@ijayy_, who said three graves were dug just to bury his father, said it was because his body was kidnapped by relatives.

The woman also said that her father’s relatives refused to bury him on her land because it was “virgin” land.

Igbere TV reports that a Twitter user who noticed that everything they saw in Igbo films is true and even worse, advised women to always study the culture of the Igbo men they want to marry.

He tweeted; “Well, my father’s funeral is due today. But his own brothers and relatives simply kidnapped his body:

“This is literally the third excavated tomb. Just bury the person.

“For two months, I couldn’t talk about my father’s death or grief because I was busy fighting, arguing, or attending village meetings about little things that shouldn’t matter. Because girls like me shouldn’t have an opinion on these things.

“For two months, I couldn’t talk about my father’s death or grief because I was busy fighting, arguing, or attending village meetings about little things that shouldn’t matter. Because girls like me shouldn’t have an opinion on these things.

“Why would someone with a vagina keep a list of the dead? Because after my father’s brothers dumped his body and left it in my living room, I took it to the morgue. Because his wife and children shouldn’t have a say when it comes to burial plans or where.

“This needs to be buried. After my recent experience, I almost wish I was a woman. Because now my mother, my brothers and my late father are suffering from it. People used to ask me why I hate Igbo culture and people, so people who constantly make you feel …

“I have no more words … The Igbo tradition is sick. Just because you are of the same blood does not mean that you are family. And everything you see in Igbo films is even worse. It consoles me that he is not really my father, but his earthly home / guest.

“Imagine that you refuse to bury my father on his piece of land. Because it is a virgin land, against his will, against the will of his wife and children. Imagine the impudence! Tell people how to use their property. Capture a man’s grave to save land that doesn’t belong to you

“I hope this is the end of this conversation. In 2020. I’m really okay, I promise.

“The heart of man is truly evil, who knows? The worst part is that they deceived me. They apologized and pleaded with my mother in the presence of the DPO and the Reverend Father, and we foolishly forgave them. I let them trick me into freeing my body.

“They only used me for the parts they couldn’t do. By pretending, he made me believe that they really wanted a “peaceful burial,” persuaded me to drop the lawsuit, go home, take a photo of him around the village, and continue burial despite the situation. the police.

“I feel stupid. Before marrying Igbo men, learn about their cultures, by traditionally marrying you cannot avoid them. If you have daughters, I honestly don’t know what to tell you because lawyers or the police can’t save them. You must make sure to save them

“My father never believed that his family hated us, he always tried to unite us. But we have always felt hatred, out of 7 children, he was the only one who had biological children, 2 girls and a boy. It was not good for them, and all our lives we had to face complete disgust.

“I really hope there is a God and he is listening.”


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