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Burial Poster Causes Stir On Facebook After People Saw What Was Written About The Person Who Died



When someone dies, regardless of the kind of lives they lived here on earth, they'll always wished the best on wherever they go to continue their journey. However this was not the case of a woman who seems to have passed away sometime ago.


Her burial has already been scheduled and the obituary poster was printed already, however it was the poster that's causing commotion at the moment. Instead of the sweet words of praise, the burial poster was insulting the late, and in it was written several defaming words about the victim.


This is a taboo in many cultures and shouldn't be tolerated but nonetheless after the image which is going viral made it's way to facebook, many people shared their opinions and personal views on the issue. Checkout some reactions.



Personally, I don't see any reason why such words should be said about someone who's no longer alive. What do you think about this? Kindly leave your opinions on the comment section below and don't forget to like and share also follow me up for more information


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  1. Fake News. That's Angela Freeman Miri and she's not dead. She's the immediate past VC of Federal University Lokoja. The staff were celebrating that her tenure had come to an end that's why they made those posters. Posting fake news or unverified news is mediocre and unprofessional.

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