By Nkasi Kolie

The Abia State indigene, Mr. Sunday Okechukwu Ogba,  who died on August 25, 2021 alongside two of his children and four children of his friend,  after taking sish kebab (suya) in Umuahia, would be buried on October 29.

Ogba, 52, and his two children, Master Chigozirim, 17, and Miss Eberechi,14, would all be buried in their home town, Amadike, Akanu Item, in Bende Local Government Area of Abia State.

The deceased, who had invited four children of his friend over as he had over time, bought suya and some packs of fruit juice to entertain members of his family and their guests.

After the suya and the fruit juice meal, seven out of the nine persons who ate them died, including Ogba and his two children, with the only survivors being his wife and daughter.

According to the burial arrangement announced by Chinedu Victor Okechukwu, on behalf of the family, the deceased bodies will leave the mortuary on the same day and have a brief stop over at Assemblies of God Church, Nkporo Lane, Umuahia.

A funeral service will be held in their honour at 11am, after which they will be laid to rest at their Amadike, Akanu Item residence.

The four children of Ogba’s friend, who died alongside him, Kelechi Chibuzor, 12; Sunday Chibuzor, 10; Oluomachi Chibuzor, 8, and Kingsley Chibuzor, 3, were all buried penultimate week, in their home town, Umuhu Ohuhu, in Umuahia North local government area.

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