This lady wants us to believe that the security man she employed 10 years ago was a ghost as he had died 20 years earlier.
This is another story that can best be described as stranger than fiction but this lady swears it is true and it actually happened to her.
According to the lady who posted the story on her Twitter account with the name Brand Specialist, she only discovered that the security man she has had or 10 years was actually a ghost who had died in his place of birth, Cotonou, Benin Republic, about 20 years ago.
The lady with the handle @LatwinsKoncepts, left many people in shock and disbelief after she narrated how she made the strange discovery after the man fell ill and she had to go to Cotonou to inform his people, only to be told he was long dead.
@LatwinsKoncepts said she made the shocking discovery when she arrived Cotonou to tell the guard's family members that he has been seriously ill for three and that they should come for him but the family members of the man were equally distressed family members told her the man had died and was buried years ago.
Read @LatwinsKoncepts story here:
"My security man who had been with me since 2007, was ill 3 days ago. We went to go tell and his member at Cotonou, only to find out he died 20 years ago.
When we got there, they didn’t mention anything but when we got back to Nigeria, he slept and didn’t wake again only to go back to Cotonou to tell them that he was dead, and they responded they knew he was gonna die because he died at Cotonou 20 years ago.
Looks like am seeing Africa Magic. Lol, no! Funny at times how he sleeps off and I had to open the gate myself. Now, I will start believing some stuff from Africa Magic; I just witnessed one. I am a living witness; we stayed together for 10 solid years.
They [his family] didn’t mention anything; they only bought gin and poured it on a grave and when we went back to tell them that he was dead, they said he died 20 years ago. We buried him here in Nigeria as they said they couldn't bury him twice in their city.
He wasn’t sick. Normally, most of us employ these people with guarantor. He got a guarantor. From the guarantor, we accommodated him as they use to drink gin and farm together. They became friends."
See the series of tweets @LatwinsKoncepts posted narrating the strange event.
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