According to PUNCH, an eyewitness who was present at the time and was aware of the incident stated that the two guys looked to be performing financial rites when they died and were brutally injured.
One of the men, Ebafor, was with his aunt the night before she died and was drinking around 9 p.m. when she started screaming for money and saying that Alex (who also died) was a bad friend, according to a source. And he exclaimed, "Ah, see money, plenty, money!" Alex is a terrible buddy, a terrible friend.
When he told them he had started behaving badly, they tried to calm him down, but when he started vomiting blood, he was transported to the hospital.
According to an eyewitness, they took him to the hospital around an hour after the incident, where he was examined by a doctor. While doing his job, the doctor began shouting the name of his friend, Alex, at the hospital, to see if Alex was the one he was referring to.
While Ebafor was dealing with his issue, it was said that Alex was in the midst of his own problems, as he contacted his wife, who was selling fruit near Afekhai Junction in Igorra, and told her not to come home after a day of selling. But she couldn't figure out what her husband meant by those remarks, so she returned home to find him stretching and muttering bizarre things.
She later contacted some neighbors who were helping her evade her husband, by encounter entry, to the hospital where Ebafor was making room, according to a PUNCH story. The two buddies began to act similarly while at the hospital, and after a few minutes, they both sighed a sigh of relief.
His wife stated that she discovered a fire and a box in their room on her way home from work. They also noticed several charms on the floor in Abefor's chamber after his room was merged.
The police have taken two parts, but the residents of Garra have requested that they be removed from their homes. In a hospital in Igarra, Edo, Ebafor, 25, and his companion Alex, 36, tragically perished.
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