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“My barbecue fish guy died but was still selling fish to customers for over a month” – Man narrates



A Nigerian man took to his Twitter page to narrate an incident involving a guy who sells barbecue fish and continued on the same quest even after his death.

On his media page, the man revealed that he had a guy who sold barbecue fish but never knew he was deceased until his family came to pack his belongings a month after his passing.

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He wrote: “My barbecue fish guy died but was still selling fish to customers for over a month. It wasn’t until his family members came to pack his things that neighbors knew, and that was the last day we all saw him. No wonder his hands were cold when we shook that period. Strange things happen.”

The statement of the Twitter user attracted the attention of many individuals online who have taken to the comment page to air their views.

See some reactions below:

@Poetreecian: “Damn! That nīggā was hustling for the funds he will need to live well in the after life. Omo e no easy for life and death nowadays o!”

@letsplaycum: “Una think say everybody wey dey greet Una ‘good morning, good afternoon, good night’, na human being? Enter any major market make u ask them how far.”

@Callme_Monalisa: “My heart goes out to the people that ate the fish that period.”

@VillBella: “Omo. Spirit grill man fit get special spice from the spirit world wey him Dey add.”

@oluchukwunzewi: “Omo today na so so bad and scary tweets I have been seeing on my TL, from mohbad, to cultism ish,to d girl that was kidnapped. Now these one.” 

@Mustapha7th: “E be like say for Nigerians, work no still dey that side o. The guy gahs to come back to earn a living.”