Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: This Is Sad....Really Sad!

Advertisement

Advertisement - Mobile In-Article

Friday, November 04, 2016

This Is Sad....Really Sad!

What a way to end a young life!!!..RIP Young man.






70 comments:

  1. Reasons why I can never relocate to Nigeria,nothing works there nd d govt no send u,rip young man

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. So, so sad! Dear anon come carry me commot from this ********** country... Me self wan relocate


      ... Jesus is my worth!

      Delete
    2. Anon 10:21 please come and kidnap me.

      RIP to the dead

      Delete
    3. We don't need you here.stay put wherever you are before you come and increase population thereby increasing food price...mtcheeew

      Delete
    4. Low life Kidjo, if the annon does not want to relocate to Nigeria, how does it affect your poverty stricken miserable life?

      Tell me , what works in Nigeria? Just tell me one thing? Ewu!!!

      Delete
  2. Its not a fair world, esp in Nigeria, people get away with all sorts, imagine the young innocent man just lost his life and I can bet nothing will happen. RIP young man. It just took me bk to that dv post of yesterday, even Dino melaye came out with all sorts of picture evidence still nothing happened to Dino, instead he was elected senator and given chieftaincy titles and still has custody of the kids. It's just sad, stuff like dis is why pple take d laws into thr hands and commit murder.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Eeeyaaa chai death! So painful
    May your brother's soul rest in peace! Naija my land, i hail thee!!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Eeeyaaa chai death! So painful
    May your brother's soul rest in peace! Naija my land, i hail thee!!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Soo sad Leta dem go tell us say police is ur friend. Mitcheew

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Most policemen are robbers in disguise.

      Delete
  6. So sad, a young life cut short just like that.. Continue to rest in the Lord.
    May the Lord help the family at this period.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Oh my God, what a painful death. Rip to him

    ReplyDelete
  8. Rip to the dead... really sad...

    ReplyDelete
  9. Replies
    1. So painful...imagine the trauma knowing your Loved one roasted to death. I can't live with that.
      Mercy Lord!

      Delete
  10. Sad one. May his soul RIP.

    I know how painful it is but i think the family should just forget the matter.

    My friend died in similar way November 2014.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Your friend not ur sibling! Chinedu Rest In Peace!God knows best. Chinedu's brother don't worry those involved will pay dearly even in secret including their Oga Dat is hiding dem.

      Delete
    2. RIP to d young man.
      God knows best.

      Delete
  11. So sad.

    Your comment will be visible after approval.

    ReplyDelete
  12. Oh! May God console his family. The things we hear these days!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Omg!!! That's how they drive recklessly God save us. I have said it countless times,that Nigeria police, Nepa and politicians are the problem we have in this country. Rip Chinedu.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Nne I agree with you 101%. This is outright wickedness. They shld have tried to save him Atleast then contact his family. Dey will all pay dearly starting from their Oga.

      Delete
    2. You didn't include your Pastors.

      Delete
  14. May his soul rest in peace. Nigeria, a sorry nation but it shall rise again with hard work and God's grace.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Chai! RIP young man.
    Nigerian police always in the news for the wrong things, what will it take to show empathy to the family. They lost a son/brother for crying out loud! It shouldn't even be a matter of jurisdiction.
    May God comfort you and your family.

    ReplyDelete
  16. Not good in imagination let alone reality 😧
    May God console the bereaved.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Such a wicked world. may God keep us safe. Rip

    ReplyDelete
  18. Sad, very sad. Rip to the dead, fortitude to the mourners.


    Aware of the hatred the people have forthe police, that DPO ought to have gone on a visit even if it wasn't his jurisdiction consideribg that his men were involved. Yet it was an accident and I can't say if the police were on their lane in top speed or if the victim was trespassing the police's right of way. I wonder if, irrespective of who was at fault, if it was the police vehicle that caught fire and burnt them, the poster and his family would have paid the dead policemen's families visit.
    I am saying this because some call outs are unnecessary. All I think the poster needed was sympathy and solidarity over the loss rather than try to over shadow his loss with police's inability to visit them.
    I am saying this because a person's uniform doesn't make him, what makes him is the genetic components and his choice of evil or good. Hence good and bad people carry their good and bad into the profession they find themselves.
    For instance, many years ago, a lawyer, someone supposed to be a man of justice, knocked down an uncle of mine who was minding his own business. Because he couldnt move immediately, witnesses to the incident prevailed on him to take the man to the nearest hospital. As an emergency, he said he had no money on him and asked the hospital to commence treatment while he dashes to the nearest bank to get some money for deposit. He never returned till date. Is he also a policeman?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Atleast he rushed ur uncle to the hospital and Dat was bcos people saw him...these men didn't even try to help this young boy. I totally agree with the third paragraph.

      Delete
  19. Intelligentia princess loves the Queen.4 November 2016 at 10:49

    Rip young man. May God console his family. Nigeria is a lawless country. Justice is perverted on daily basis. Even the wicked 5 Muslim men that slaughtered that innocent 74 years old Christian woman bcos she prevented them from. Washing hands and legs in front of her shop has been discharged without any fine. What a wicked world we live in.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Enter your comment...oh! my God,this police people are very wicked....see how they just killed an innocent guy.

    ReplyDelete
  21. A lawless kontry.
    Nah! Scratch that! A lawful kontry...buh only for the poor & those not in uniforms. Wetin i dey even talk sef?....Mstcheeeew!

    RIP young man. It is not well o. Make nobody bring that yeye slogan,"it is well" here. It is not well.

    *ghanaman signing out*

    ReplyDelete
  22. Oh dear what a loss!!! The death of a sibling is indeed painful. So sad. RIP nwoke oma

    ReplyDelete
  23. What a painful way to die..... RIP , those police will die miserable......

    ReplyDelete
  24. Rip... May the Lord judge them... Those policemen it is like the a demon attached to their cloths cos wen they r in uniform, they r not normal at all..

    ReplyDelete
  25. Such a handsome young man
    Nigeria is the most Corrupt country, I weep for this country. They could not help him get out of the burning vehicle
    Policemen driving recklessly on the road like they own it
    I like jungle justice, kill the bastards

    ReplyDelete
  26. That is why i don't pity police men killed by robbers and boko haram,Rip

    ReplyDelete
  27. So sorry for yur lost bruh ......

    ReplyDelete
  28. I think we need to stop putting so much emphasis on our leaders. We as Nigerians are so wicked to ourselves and we don't value human lives..Change must begin with everyone in our own little way..My condolences to Ojimanu Family..May his soul rest in peace!! #stopPolicebrutalityandlawlessness!

    ReplyDelete
  29. Rip and may my Almighty Father in heaven judge accordingly

    ReplyDelete
  30. Chaiii. What a pity!
    May his soul rest in the bossom of the lord Amen



    ReplyDelete
  31. It takes incidences such as this, for most people who think they love Nigeria (but living in denial) to realize that there isn't hope for a nation such as this. We will only survive for as long as its possible. Things continue like this for too long; breakup is imminent. Only a foreigner can save and change Nigeria for good - No Nigerian can!

    ReplyDelete
  32. May his soul Rip

    I pray everyday that my family and I will never be victims of circumstances. We'll always be at the right place at the right time.
    Everyday, I send forth angels to go and perfect all that concerns me.

    It's well with his family IJN.
    Sad

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. @ Mosi, do you know now why people risk their lives to get to the western world?

      Is it not better to wash plates and dead bodies as a means to an end to hopefully get a better job and life than die needlessly in Nigeria??

      Don't knock it till you try it. Until the shoe is on the other foot, don't profess to know what people are going through to make them risk their lives for a saner society !!

      Delete
  33. When people say pray for Nigeria or the prayer for Nigeria in distress in church, I find it difficult to do because to me its an effort in futility. This now will be swept under the carpet. An institution that is meant to protect lives will cause a live to be and something as simple as condolence visit will even be difficult.

    RIP to the dead. If its to stand and collect bribe, they will come out in droves. May the officers responsible for this never know peace.

    and we wonder why children of policemen never amount to anything (some), too many curses.

    it is well.

    ReplyDelete
  34. Sad one indeed. Losing a loved one is indeed a traumatic experience esp a young one. I have been in that position, not once and i know how it feels. My prayers are with your family. Eternal Rest grant unto him Oh Lord n let perpetual light shine upon him

    ReplyDelete
  35. Sad one indeed. Losing a loved one is indeed a traumatic experience esp a young one. I have been in that position, not once and i know how it feels. My prayers are with your family. Eternal Rest grant unto him Oh Lord n let perpetual light shine upon him

    ReplyDelete
  36. May d good Lord grant you n your family the fortitude to bear your loss. Rest in peace dear

    ReplyDelete
  37. Na wa o just like that your brother don go. Rest in peace

    ReplyDelete
  38. We are alive only by God's grace. This country is seriously messed up. RIP young one.

    ReplyDelete
  39. So sad
    I don't even know what to say again.






    My country
    It shall be well oneday

    ReplyDelete
  40. RIP chinedu!!! Is so sad,i really begged God to keep u alive on that particular day!is so sad u couldn't make it.

    ReplyDelete

Disclaimer: Comments And Opinions On Any Part Of This Website Are Opinions Of The Writers Or Anonymous Persons And They Do Not Represent The Opinions Of StellaDimokoKorkus.com

Pictures and culled stories posted on this site will be given due credit and is not the fault of StellaDimokoKorkus.com if website culled from misrepresents source of story.

If you have a complaint or a story,Please Contact StellaDimokoKorkus.com Via

Sdimokokorkus@gmail.com
Mobile Phone +4915210329280