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True Love

Please read this:
This is a real story of a youngEx-
Unilag girl who passed away last
month. Her name is Lola. She was
hit by a car at Oyingbo on her way
to work at Apapa. She was
working with MTN. She had a boy
friend named Emeka, a banker
who was recently transferred to
Abuja. Both of them were true
lovers. She spent half of the day
and most nights talking with
Emeka on her phone. Lola's family
knew about their relationship.
Emeka was very close to Lola's
family in spite of the tribal
differences. (just imagine their
Before she passed away at LUTH,
she told her friends "If I pass away,
please bury me with my cell
phone" she also said the same
thing toher 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
went and called some priests in
church who had the gift of
communicating with the dead. He
sprinkled some salt and water on
the bodyand star
ted speaking to himself slowly.
After a few minutes, they said "this
girl ????§ missing something".
Then her friends told them about
her intention to be buried her with
her phone. They asked them to
bringa coffin, and then they
opened it andplaced her phone
inside the casket. After that they
tried to carry the body. It could
now be moved and they carriedit
away easily.
Everyone was shocked. A day later
which was Lola's birthday, Emeka
came to their house with gifts but
was so shocked to receive d news.
He couldn't believe because he still
spoke with Lola d previous day, he
then tried calling her phone again
in their presence and behold! It
rang ndLola picked it and they
were chatting. They called d priest
to come and intervene nd when he
came and prayed for 5 hours, it
was revealed dat MTN is
everywhere u go :D
Chill,, don't hate me yet, cos I'm
also looking for d idiot that sent
me dis,so as to strangle him......lolz.
Buh una like gist sha.

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Posted By Bachelor On 10:24 Mon, 12 Nov 2012

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