A mysterious Butterfly attack has been linked to the death of a worker’s death in Benin. The staff simply identified as Mr. Lucky, was a staff of NNPC Mega station on Sapele road in Benin City, Edo State Capital. The staff who had his roots in the Eastern past of Nigeria, died in University of
A mysterious Butterfly attack has been linked to the death of a worker’s death in Benin.
The staff simply identified as Mr. Lucky, was a staff of NNPC Mega station on Sapele road in Benin City, Edo State Capital.
The staff who had his roots in the Eastern past of Nigeria, died in University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) at the Weekend in Benin.
The father of three Children, was alleged to have sneezed repeatedly after the Butterfly found itself in his nostril.
He was said to have struggled in vain and gasped for breath before he was taken to the hospital where he was confirmed dead.
A petrol attendant at the petrol station who craved for anonymity, broke the news of his death at a popular eatery on Sunday night in Benin City.
He said the middle-aged man and graduate of University of Benin, was a driver to the manager of the petrol station.
He hinted that a member of Mr. Lucky family had alleged that there was disagreement him and his landlord before the incident.
But the staff, declined further comment on what led to the disagreement between the landlord and Mr. Lucky who lived with his own family as a tenant in one room apartment in Benin.
Continuing, “Mr. Lucky is too nice. Oh, they said butterfly entered his nose and he began to sneezed, that was while they rushed him to UBTH.
“My brother, the rest is history. We live in a wicked world. How can butterfly kill a man that is full of life”, he asked angrily.
“He (Lucky) graduated from the same University with his boss which brought them together.
“There is nothing in this life. He just bought a new car. He had a quarrel with his landlord recently.
“He had three Children – two boys and one girl and he is an Igbo man”, he lamented.
The sad incident has thrown the workers at the patrol station in a sorrowful mood.
While, some of the staff n the organization suspected that Mr. Lucky may have been bewitched, others felt it was an accusation that was too difficult to believe.
Our Correspondent was yet to obtain comment from the family of Mr. Lucky as at the time of filing in this report.
It is expected that diagnoses on him would help to ascertain the cause of death in the days ahead.