A True Life Story

This is a real story of a young ex UNILAG girl who passed away last month. Her name was Lolade. She was hit by a train at Oyingbo on her way to work at Apapa. She was working at the MTN call center. She had a boy friend named Emeka, a banker who was recently transfered to Abuja . Both of them are true lovers even distance could not separate them.

They were always talking on the phone. You could never see her without her Cellphone. In fact she also changed Emeka’s SIM from Airtel to MTN, so both of them can be on the same network, and save on the cost of calls. She spends half of the day and most nights talking with Emeka because she gets free calls.

Lolade’s family knows about their relationship. Emeka is very close with Lolade’s family in spite of the tribal differences. (just imagine their love). Before she passed away at LUTH,she told her friends “If I pass away, please bury me with my Cellphone” she also said the same thing to her parents.

After her death at LUTH, the attendants couldn’t carry her body to the mortuary. A lot of them tried to do so but still couldn’t. They called more people and everybody tried to carry the body, the result was still the same. Eventually, they called a person who knew one of her priests in church who had the gift of communicating with the dead.

He sprinkled some salt and water on the body and started speaking to himself slowly. After a few minutes, he said “this girl misses something here.” Then her friends told him about her intentions to bury her with her phone. He asked them to bring a coffin, then he opened it and placed her phone and sim card inside the casket. After that they tried to carry the body. It could now be moved and they carried it away easily.

Everyone was shocked and sad, they were so shocked that Lola’s parents did not inform Emeka that Lolade had passed away and buried her quickly because of all the unusual circumstances.

After 2 weeks Emeka called Lolade’s mom. “Aunty, I’m coming to the house today, it is Lolade’s birthday, please I hope you will cook something nice for me. Don’t tell Lolade that I’m coming to Lagos today, I want to surprise her.” Her mother replied, “OK You come to Lagos first, I want to tell you something very important.”

After he came, they told him the truth about Lolade. Emeka thought that they were playing an April fool’s joke. He was laughing and said “don’t try to fool me – tell Lolade to come out, i have a Birthday gift for her. Please stop this nonsense”.

Then they showed the original death certificate to him. They also gave him other proof to make him believe.
(Emeka started to sweat) He said, “Its not true. We spoke yesterday. She still calls me. Emeka was shaking, Suddenly, Emeka’s phone rang. “he said, see this is from Lolade, see this,” he showed the phone to Lola’s family. All of them told him to answer.

He talked using the loudspeaker mode. All of them heard his conversation. Loud and clear, no cross lines, no humming. It was the actual voice of Lolade and there was no way others could use her staff sim card since it is nailed inside the casket before she was hurriedly buried.

They were so shocked and asked for the same priest (who can speak with the souls of the dead) again. This time he brought his Bishop along to help solve this matter. He and his Bishop worked for 5 hours. Then, they discovered one thing which really shocked them,

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> MTN still has the best coverage!
“MTN Everywhere you go” is true!! Where ever you go, MTN follows!!!
> > Don’t shoot me yet,
> I am also looking for the person who started this story, so I can box him/her too.

Enjoy your time friends…..


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