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Photo(s) Politician Buried with His Millions He Wanted to Use to Bribe God for Forgiveness of Sins in Heaven

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  1. Small6ter

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    A politician who saved a lot of money he wanted to use to bribe God in heaven has been buried with the millions.

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    Charles Obong was buried with money he saved for bribing God

    A Zimbabwean politician has been buried with money he said he had wanted to use to bribe God for the forgiveness of his sins. The news was made public by The Monitor. Read below:

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    Charles Obong, 52, who worked as a senior personnel officer in the ministry of Public Service from 2006 to 2016, reportedly wanted to use the cash to redeem his soul before God,

    Lira. The hereafter, more so meeting the Creator on Judgement Day, is without a doubt a spine-chilling thought. This was the terror-provoking imagination that tormented a former Public Service officer who saved more than Shs200 million to bribe the Almighty Father on Judgement Day so He could forgive his earthly sins.

    Obong who worked as a senior personnel officer in the ministry of Public Service from 2006 to 2016, reportedly wanted to use the cash to redeem his soul before God.

    Obong died on December 17, 2016, after a long illness and was buried at his ancestral home at Adag-ani village, Bar-pii parish, Aromo Sub-county in Lira District, on Christmas Eve. Obong was buried in a metallic coffin estimated to have cost Shs20m.

    The Aromo Sub-county chairman, Mr David Elic, said his brother-in-law had left behind a Will, dictating that upon his death, his wife Ms Margaret Obong should deposit huge sums of money in his coffin.

    He planned to convey the money to God as an offertory so that the Almighty Father could forgive his sins and save him from hellfire.
    He reportedly also instructed his brother Justin Ngole and sister Hellen Aber to bear witness to ensure his wife follows his testament to the letter and secure the money in his coffin.

    But relatives and local leaders who attended the deceased’s sendoff said the Will was mute on the sins Obong wanted to make amends for as he served in public office, including at the Public Service ministry.

    Public service has been engulfed in pension scam scandal which cost government about Shs257 billion. The money was stolen by senior government officials.

    But Mr Obong’s Will was violated as his body was exhumed last Saturday and the money withdrawn from the grave and his would-be planned penitence before God frustrated.

    Somehow, Mr Obong’s clan members of Okii me Okabo, got wind of the planned heavenly restitution and forced his wife to reveal everything during a heated meeting at the home of the deceased’s father, Mr Meceli Ogwal, last Saturday.

    Obong’s wife reportedly confessed that her husband had told her to bury him with huge sums of cash, which he would carry to heaven to offer God on Judgement Day. Ms Obong, however, declined to reveal the sums of money her husband asked he be buried along with.

    Ms Obong further stunned clan elders when she said her husband had also instructed her to ensure Mr Ngole, her brother-in-law, and Ms Aber, her sister-in-law, should witness her placing the money in the coffin.

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    The witnesses (Mr Ngole and Ms Aber) also confessed that their brother was buried with countless sums of money.
    The widow, who had hired funeral services from Kampala to open up the grave to put in more money, revealed she had in her possession another Shs180 million which she intended to stash in the coffin.

    During the Saturday’s meeting, the Okii of Okabo clan chief, Mr Mike Gulu, ordered the exhumation of the body forthwith. And when the clan members started exhuming the deceased’s body, Ms Obong refused to hand over the Shs180 million top-up and reportedly sped off in her car towards Lira Town.

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    Mr Elic, who witnessed the exhumation of his brother-in-law’s body, confirmed that when the coffin was opened, US$ 5,700, in the denomination of 100 notes, was found in the coffin. The money was removed and was being kept with the Okii of Okabo clan leader.
    “The funeral service van also left hurriedly with the grave construction material when the situation became very tense,” Mr Elic added.

    The area LC3 councillor, Richard Ecel, confirmed the exhumation. “I witnessed everything because I was invited there officially. When the clan elders ordered the exhumation, the widow resisted but was overpowered and eventually the body was exhumed and the money recovered from the coffin.”

    Mr Jimmy Maxwell Auci, the chairperson of Adag-ani village, said the body was exhumed after the widow revealed she had placed some money in the coffin used to bury her late husband.

    The body was reburied on Saturday evening and grave reconstructed on Sunday.

    According to Mr Gulu, burying a person with money is a taboo among the Langi. When contacted, Mr Ngole said his elder brother told him that he had left behind more than Shs6 billion.

    “He did not tell me where the money was kept, but his wife had told me on phone prior to Saturday’s incident that she would bring again more Shs300 million to add in the coffin so that my brother could also enjoy,” Mr Ngole told Daily Monitor on phone on Sunday.
    “When she was placing the first batch of money, the woman called me to witness it but I could not inform my people. I was afraid they could harm her but I broke the silence after I consulted widely.”

    According to Mr Ngole, his brother was earning a salary of more than Shs3 million monthly. His widow works at Entebbe Airport as a principal immigration officer. The Rev Joel Agel Awio clarified that no amount of money can buy eternal life, adding that God cannot accept such a golden handshake.

    “The price for eternal life is the blood of Jesus. If you want your sins to be forgiven, do it when you are still alive,” the Anglican priest counselled.

    Mr Dila Maxwell, the officer in charge of Aromo Police Post, said the widow admitted to having placed the money and clothes the deceased loved in the coffin.

    He said the money was worth about Shs20.7 million. The widow could not be reached for a comment by press time while Mr Ngole, her brother in-law, did not pick up our repeated calls to his mobile phone.
     
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  2. Amara

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    Whoever told him one can bribe God must have sold a fake information to him, why didn't he ask God for forgiveness when he was alive and made restitution for the wrongs he did.
    Na to carry money wey go de useful to people wey de alive, carry go grave. Impossicant!
     
  3. HoneyBlinkz1

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    No body told him.. He jst imagined to himself and concluded.. He think say God na like the men for here wey him dey bribe abi.. See the f*0lishness of men.. So he knew there was God, why did he nor try to live a holy and righteous life instead of thinking of how to bribe God.. He get luck say nor b niger him do dat rubbish..dem for don dig the coffin since..
     
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    Imagine the f*0l.... I wonder why them even bury the money with am.
    If nah me, I go just wait till midnight, then I find way go excavate the grave and empty the bastard's treasury, him go talk weda him bring any money come this world... Empty he came and empty he must go.
     
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    The wife wey even follow the mumu do wetin him talk na anoda idi*t on her own.. This is such a open show of ignorance and stupidity in its highest order.. If say dem dey bribe God, shey michael jackson for nor bribe am ni...abi f*0l get money reach am and many oda rotting in hell..
     
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    I say if to so I bin dey there, I for leave her to do whatever she wants but later at my own convenience, I for find way exume the f*0l's corpse and search out every dime left on him..... Him wan bribe God, make fire burn am there... . so na so God weh get all the riches of this world don poor reach?
     
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    Omo, it hv tayed i hear that kind ur pigin talk ooh "if to say i be".. You be true Niger blood jare.. Nigerians nor dey like that kind waste nnaa.. Especially our igbo brodas.. If na igbo land dem do dat rubbish, the money self for don vanish b4 them put the coffin for ground..
     
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