It has emerged that dead bodies are usually transported to and fro the mortuary in communities via motorcycle. It is stunning that no other means of transportation is used but motorcycle.
Photos showing the trend were shared online by one PK Kasirim and have since gone viral.
Kasirim explained that “boda boda” riders i.e commercial motorcycle riders are employed to carry dead bodies to mortuary by tying the corpses behind them on the bikes. They then ride along the road to carry out the assignment.
The same happens when the corpses are to be brought back home for burial.
Kasirim’s post has caused quite some buzz on social media as people alien to the trend express their surprise.
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Today marks the 6th wedding anniversary of the Blacks and the 10th anniversary of their being best of friends.
The beautiful couple excitedly took to their respective Instagram pages to sing praises of each other and wish themselves many more blissful years together.
They also shared some awesome photos.
For 11 years I have known you, for 10 years we have been best friends, for 6 years we have been married and forever we will continue to achieve great success in every aspect of our lives.
All I want to say is THANK YOU @yomiblack Thank you, thank you, thank you 100x.
You are literally the best man I know, gosh! There is none like you and there will never be. Your character, principles, wisdom, intellect, and creativity are your strongest qualities and I love you so much for it and more.
You are too too good...
Julienne, 14, who was called a ‘witch’ due to her severe bow legs finally gets a life-changing operation and can now stand tall.
The Cameroonian was just a baby when her mother, Veronique, noticed her legs were bending abnormally.
According to Metro UK, she was formally diagnosed with bow legs, a condition that causes the knees to grow painfully apart.
Julienne said, ‘I used to ask God, ‘Why me, out of all the people in the world?’”.
Walking was a challenge and on the days Julienne couldn’t ride public transport she had to walk to school....
So students of the Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba Akoko (AAUA), Ondo state took over the streets today, Monday, in protest of the hike in their tuition.
The management of the Adekunle Ajasin University had last week released the tuition fees for both the old and new students of the school for the 2017/2018 academic sessions with an increase of over 500%.
The protesting students were reported to have marched through the popular Oba Adesida road to Alagbaka in Akure, the Ondo State capital, preventing a free flow of traffic as they register their displeasure.
According to reports, the students were armed placards bearing various inscriptions as they chanted solidarity songs in their procession, which grounded commercial...