Man drowns a day after posting a death-related Facebook post.

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A young Nigerian man known only as Charlie is said to have drowned a day after sharing a Facebook message about death.

On March 23, the deceased, an Abuja native, shared a post by Ydk Meera in which she discussed how someone would pretend to be her friend when she dies.

 

“When I die everybody gonna swear they were my dawg ! But who fwm rn?” Ydk Meera wrote.

 

Charles shared the post on his Facebook wall, agreeing with what she wrote.

“Swrs they gon be onG and shii. Mfs” he wrote.

 

Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death

 

That was his last post as he died the following day.

 

Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death

 

One of his friends, Cla Rita, who confirmed the incident, said that the deceased was brought out of the pool unconscious and rushed to the hospital where he died.

 

“He’s been buried. He didn’t die after they found him. It was when he went to the hospital. The doctor didn’t give immediate response to his health.” she said.

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Rita further said that his death is suspicious as he was a good swimmer.

“For me I think someone pushed him or something. Charlie knows how to swim very well. It’s just too suspicious.” she added.

 

Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death

 

See comments by friends of the deceased below…

 

Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death

Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death
Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death
Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death
Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death
Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death
Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death
Young Nigerian man drowns a day after he shared a Facebook post about death

 

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