Corpse Of Dead Chinese Nigerian Man Grabs Living Brother’s Hand At Mortuary In Jos Plateau State

corpse of dead man grabs brother's hand jos

May 1st, 2017 – Panic As Corpse Of Dead Chinese Nigerian Man Grabs Brother’s Hand At Mortuary In Jos Plateau State

A mild pandemonium happened at Plateau Specialist Hospital mortuary in Jos today, Monday the 1st of May 2017 when the corpse of a late Chinese man grabbed the hand of his living brother and refused to let go.

The strange incident happened while the deceased 35-year-old Zeng Choji was being dressed by his younger brother  Gyang Zeng.

It was the timely intervention of mortuary attendants that helped in separating the corpse and his living brother.

Choji Zeng who lived together with his brother in Jos for over 20 years died of liver disease while the two were fighting over their parents inheritance.

A neighbour who witnessed the bizarre incident told NAN that the two brothers were fighting when one of them departed to the great beyond.

Choji Zeng and Gyang Zeng were born to a Chinese father and a Nigerian mother in Jos.

7 thoughts on “Corpse Of Dead Chinese Nigerian Man Grabs Living Brother’s Hand At Mortuary In Jos Plateau State

  1. What is Cantonese mother, Cantonese is simply a dialect of people from Guangdong region of China,which includes hongkong,Shenzhen dongguan etc, their parents can either be mainland Chinese or hongkong .

  2. @Gerald Stephen, is your comment refers to the above article?,you must be commenting from China i guess.

    Is this for real or a kind of Chinese belief because of the circumstances surrounding his death? Their Nigerian part played a role cos their Chinese part will only motive them to work hard on their own.Rip

  3. If that really happened then the man is not dead. There are so many wrongly diagnosed death in our Society and sent to Mortuary or buried. Death has to be confirmed by at least 2 Doctors. But in our Society anythng happens. Even a Nurse, Pastor or chemist can confirm somebody dead.
    Animal Jungle.

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