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Ocholi's death not an act of God, family maintains
09 March 2016, 07:14
Abuja – The family of the late James Ocholi has remained adamant that the minister’s death was "not natural" and that it would "not be accepted as an 'act of God'".
According to Vanguard
, the family described as "mysterious" the death of their brother.
The late minister’s nephew, Jonah Paul, who spoke at his ancestral hometown at Ugbanebiomi, said arrangements had already been concluded to have a thanksgiving service for his appointment as minister next Sunday when the he died.
Ocholi died in an auto crash that also killed his wife and son on Sunday.
"His death is not natural; we are certain about that," Paul was quoted as saying.
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