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Monday, May 24, 2021

Late Senate President Chuba Okadigbo's Son Pharaoh Involved In Fatal Car Crash

Pharaoh, the first son of late Senate President Chuba Okadigbo was involved in a fatal car crash that has left many in shock.
He reportedly died on the spot.





74 comments:

  1. Lagos Mainland Girl24 May 2021 at 09:56

    Another sad one

    Have mercy on this country Lord

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  2. Oh! God. Was he speeding? May his soul rest in peace

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  3. Chai!! So sad

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  4. God!! What a terrible way to die..God rest his soul and comfort his family

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  5. OMG! God rest his soul
    And he's the only surviving son of the former senate President.

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    1. Chuba had a first wife before Margery,I don't think he is!

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    2. He is not the only surviving son.

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  6. This is so sad, Chai na long queue go dey heaven now o, see as people just dey criss anyhow, God please I'm not ready to cross neither do anyone in my family or here o, at least give us more graceful years to fulfill our destiny, and live till old age in good health,amen.

    Rest in peace pharaoh

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  7. Work of speed. Rip

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  8. Jesus!!! This is another sad news.
    Rest in peace

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  9. So sad
    May his gentle soul rest in peace

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  10. Tragic! Heard they also lost a son years back. May God confort the family cos this pain enn

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    1. Oh no, this is terrible. May his soul RIPP. What is going on?

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  12. OMG! I knew Pharaoh at The UNN. He was late Prof. Miriam Ikejiani's son with Sen. Okadigbo. Chai, this is sad!!!

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    1. Oohh...he was Prof. Ikejiani's son? And his mum is dead too. May God grant him eternal rest and let perpetual light shine on his soul.

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  13. Chai, na waaa

    The family should go for deliverance o. Not a good look... So sad.

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    1. True. It might be a coincidence but it does not seem ok. May God comfort them.

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  14. Omg omg! What a painful way to die

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  15. God please show us mercy in this country. All we ask is for your mercy. We are tired of typing RIP. We need more congratulations.

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  16. Chai what a Terrific accident. Such a cruel and painful way to go. May be he was over speeding. May his soul rest in Peace

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    1. Baby Malu Over24 May 2021 at 23:22

      What I said was right, means something terrrible or dreadful. Keep it moving biko, Chinua Achebe

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  17. So sad. Rest in peace


    Pretty Patience

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  18. So so sad. God rest his soul.

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  19. He must have been speeding. So sad. Rip.
    The name though *lip sealed*

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    1. Pharaoh is a title just like Oba or Eze. I know what you're thinking but there were good and bad Pharaohs.

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    2. Iji ya Γ‡astle Windsor, I ma akwα»₯kwọ πŸ₯°πŸ˜πŸ₯°

      Such a tragedy.
      May his family, loved ones and friends be consoled Amen

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    3. Pharaoh means King.

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  20. So sad. Bad news every whereπŸ˜•πŸ˜’

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  21. Terrible
    Stella where did this happen??

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  22. This is painful. RIP. God heal the family he left behind.

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  23. What a great loss! Was he driving, texting or drunk? This is tragedy! How can his beautiful mom be consoled. Her wails will be likened to Rachael in the Bible to refused to be consoled.
    Rest on Okpala Nna ya
    May God show mercy and accept his soul.

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    1. If the Mum is Prof Miriam Ikejiani, she is late

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    2. His beautiful mum is late. You obviously don't know them as well as your comment was meant to portray.

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  24. Omg!! This is bad.
    May his soul rest in peace

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  25. πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”
    May his soul rest in peace 😟😧

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  26. Such a sad news. May his soul rest in peace

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  27. CHAI!!!!!
    Darkness has fallen in the morning in Umueri Ogbunike!
    What a sad wicked day.
    Pharoah, may your soul rest in peace. I need to call home oooooh.

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  28. OMG!! This is so sad. Rest in peace.

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  29. Sad! May his soul rest in peace Amen!

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  30. He’s not the first son. This copy and paste is very annoying. He’s just the popular son. Had two brothers before him and a sister after him. Four kids with late Prof Ikejiani Clark (his Mum.)

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  31. Same way my HOD died in my final year,but my HOD was a heavy drinker, sad.

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  32. So sad! Scary stuff. That's how someone I know splashed pictures of the accident scene all over her status trying to form you will missed, still can't believe you're gone..
    I mean if you really loved the person like you are forming, how would you put up gory pictures without any warning and then say you will be missed. Nonsense I tell you
    People just want to have something relevant to post.

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    1. That one na asili gbakwulu ute/ Whatsapp continuity announcer!

      When tragedies occur close family and friends are too shocked, they try to process events and keep their heads firmly screwed to their shoulders and social media is the least thing on their minds

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    2. I find this behaviour very crass, insensitive and so devoid of any empathy! Check very well. People who do this do not even have genuine sympathy for the victim and their families. All for likes, retweets and views. If you truly love, respect the victims and famimilies you won't put their very scarred pictires of their bodies for views. People should just learn to do better.

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    3. Exactly. No one wants to be remembered with their worst pictures or in their most vulnerable and helpless state. I applaud Stella for not showing the other accident pictures where the corpse is visible. Some are sharing those pictures without even blurring the body. No No No. Thanks to Stella, Sahara Reporters and those who know how to properly report death news.

      On the other hand, it seems the trailer was parked in the middle of the road without a bright triangle warning signal to detour oncoming traffic. It should be illegal to park like that on the highway. It should also be illegal for trailers to move in the day. Hmmmm Nigeria has a looooong way to go oh. We need policies to stop these preventable deaths. So what on earth do our senators discuss when they meet? What laws are they passing?

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    4. They are busy discussing how cows should have a data base.

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  33. Jeezzzzzzzzzz.there's no way he would have survived that

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  34. πŸ’”πŸ’” this is heartbreaking

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  35. This is heartbreaking πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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  36. Wow seems like a high impact collision. See the trailer naa still intact, such a heavy duty vehicle. In the US trailers only move at night. So sad, rest to his soul and comfort to his family and friends.

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    1. Which part of the US biko? Trailers move at all times where I dey o, and their driving is really scary sometimes.
      Maybe na UK u wan talk, stop chasing clout biko.

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  37. Very unfortunate incident... Rest in peace Pharaoh...

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  38. Who told you trailers only move at night? Y’all that haven’t entered any airplane, will sit and be talking foolish!
    I run a freight company here in the state, and they don’t move only at night. Yeah you might not be able to use certain freeways but you can drive a 53” truck day or night.

    My condolences to the grieving family.

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    1. You're way too angry for a simple comment. This should be the only insult in a post about death. Calm down okay? :)

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    2. 18 wheelers or trailers move in the day but have rules on lanes they can be on, routes they can pass and if this one was broken down with nothing to indicate it’s state, somebody should be liable. The trucker up there, can you leave your 18 wheeler (called trailer in Naija), broken down on the road without signs almost from a mile away? You won’t I’m sure & you have a commercial drivers license which is your meal ticket which will be yanked off if you misbehave while the owner of the vehicle will be taken to the cleaners. There is no need to insult those who haven’t travelled here. Internet has exposed one side of the world to another. The world is now a village. It’s actually common sense to construct roads with shoulders in Nigeria so the broken down vehicles can be moved out of the way to the shoulder. The truck owner & driver are liable.

      May his soul Rest In Peace

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  39. Father Lord have mercy. RIP.

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  40. All these stupid trailers, they cause 90% of accident in Nigeria. May Your beautiful soul continue to rest in peace. God please be with his family at this time. Please give them succour.

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