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Monday, July 17, 2017

The Story Of The Man Samuel Ugwute Who Died And Rose Again Is Allegedly FALSE.



A few weeks ago, the Nigerian media was awash with the story of a man called Samuel Anayo Ugwute, who claimed to have died and resurrected but recent findings by PoliticsNGR prove otherwise.



The Beginning

Mr Samuel Ugwute stated that he had been suffering from heart failure for a while and needed urgent surgery abroad. He stated that he travelled to two hospitals; Fortis Escorts Hospital in India and St. Vincent Private Hospital in Melbourne, Australia. He revealed that he died in Australia, his body was then flown back to India and he resurrected on arriving the Hindu country. The story looked too good to be true so PoliticsNGR launched a full-scale investigation into his claims.


1. THE PHOTOGRAPH

Below is a photograph of Mr Ugwute lying on a hospital bed in India. This was shared online by his brother, Rooney. The Image is heavily edited and completely fake. look at the proof below;

 


2. THE HOSPITALS

Mr Ugwute stated that he went to two different hospitals abroad; Fortis in New Delhi and St Vincent in Melbourne. PoliticsNGR reached out to both hospital on the matter, St. Vincent declined to comment due to their privacy policy and Fortis denied ever having knowledge of ever receiving or knowing Mr Ugwute. This debunks Mr Ugwute’s claims of consulting with Fortis.
 





But then his brother, Rooney stated on a Facebook post that the Indian hospital(Fortis) rejected Ugwute which prompted him to head to Australia.Below are medical documents presented by Mr Samuel Ugwute to Ika Weekly Newspaper;






So correspondence was established with Fortis hospital in India, they denied ever having Ugwute as a patient. The Fortis document(medical visa) above detailing Ugwute’s passport number and details was also sent to the hospital to check if it was genuine. The hospital replied stating that the document was fake.We ran a check of the Medi-crescent specialist hospital(RC 34986) on the CAC official website 
(http://publicsearch.cac.gov.ng), it is not listed there.



3. Visa on Arrival/Embalmment


In an Interview with Abacityblog, Samuel states that his body was covered in Formalin and he had to take a ‘warm bath’ to remove it. Formalin is used in Embalmment and embalmment does not involve rubbing formalin on the skin, it is injected into the body/arteries.

Lastly, he claimed he got Visa on arrival in Australia, to the best of our Knowledge, Australia does not issue Visas on arrival to Nigerians.



*WOW...these men should speak up and clear their names of this accusations otherwise other people that need help might not get it because of them.It is because of tricksters like this that made me stop posting pleas for such emergency help cos they have gone overboard in deceiving people...




30 comments:

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    1. Igbo kwenu!!! What was the need to lie? Did people contibute money for the treatment? May we never be at the mercy of people cos people like this have made it almost impossible to get help.

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  2. Died and rose again how?
    Maybe ha never died in the first place

    No one, but Jesus has ever died and risen again
    Y'all should stop messing with my head.

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    1. Story! Jesus died and resurrected again. He resurrected and went back to your village.

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    2. Lazarus nko?
      Jairus daughter?

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  3. I don't believe stories of people who claims to have died and ressurected or have seen heaven and hell.


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  4. This matter be as e get o...

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  5. They should arrest them. Probably a plot to get money from people

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    1. Eka I just went through the first post, just you and one anoy 11:11 have dought about this fake man. What length can people not go to get money. Han han oshumi mi o.

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    2. Eka joy, u are indeed wise , just read the first post. Let's be friends .

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    3. And I was even told to shut up. Just went back and saw the fool's comment. I wonder how he or she feels now. Gullible thing

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  6. Jeeeez they better come out to say it as it is! This story here better be lie

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  7. All the pictures were photoshopped na

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  8. We as doctors knew he was lying and we were in our houses laughing at his folly. Formalin is injected and not rubbed on and it's myocardial infarction not infracture. Awon ole,oniranu

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  9. I knew it. I was very skeptical about this story. I believe in miracles but this one had too many loopholes. When I voiced my disbelief a friend said that I don't believe in the power of God that's why I am saying it. Sending this link to her straightaway.

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  10. I read a testimony on fB on this case . Internet has given people wings to lie/fly. What a lie!!! 😲

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  11. Wherever. My own na when Buhari dey come back???

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  12. How is that possible, because even jesus did not die and rose again(but some people will say otherwise because a whiteman told them so)

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  13. No be our Agbor boys? The story and events appeared fake to me, especially the formalin thing, private jet, hospital transfers, etc.

    Something didn't sound right but ...

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  14. I knew it!
    NEVER believed all these fake people with their fake 'testimonies'!
    Haaaaa, some people sef!
    May God show us mercy.

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  15. What is the need of all these lies

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  16. I don't believe this.he was actually looking sick even after when he got back.he just started looking normal recently

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  17. That story was true.he didn't just make it up.it actually happened.

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  18. AFTER I DON THANK JESUS FINISH FOR SAMUEL'S MIRACULOUS HEALING :(

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  19. If it is really false to what end abeg

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