Drama in Jos as corpse being prepared for burial grabs brother’s Hand

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Drama in Jos as corpse being prepared for burial grabs brother’s Hand

There was panic at the mortuary of Plateau Specialist Hospital in Jos on Monday when the corpse of a man being prepared for burial suddenly grabbed his living brother’s hand.

The incident happened as the deceased, identified as Choji Zeng, was being dressed up by his brother, in preparation for burial.

Family members who had participated in the washing of the corpse ran out in panic as they saw the dead Choji Zeng holding tight to his younger brother, Mr. Gyang Zeng.

The pandemonium attracted mortuary attendants, who came in to separate the two brothers.

The two brothers had lived together at Ungwan Juma’a abattoir in Jos metropolis. Choji Zeng, 35 years old, died after a brief illness, relations said. He was said to have suffered from a liver disease.

Gyang Zeng confirmed the unusual incident to newsmen . He said that after bathing his brother, he was dressing him in white cloth when his corpse grabbed his hands.

He said he had to call the mortuary attendants for help. The mortuary attendants forced the dead hands off him.

Relations and neighbours who witnessed the incident also confirmed it to newsmen

Gyang also revealed to that when the deceased held his hands, he asked him, “Choji, why did you hold my hand? Do you want me to join you, or what?”

One of the mortuary attendants said it was not the first time such a thing would be happening in the mortuary.

Mr. Benjamin Oche, a neighbour of the two brothers who also witnessed the incident, told newsmen that before Choji’s death, both brothers had a misunderstanding.

He said both of them had quarreled over the land they inherited from their parents.

No foul play is, however, being suspected in Choji Zeng’s death.


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