A Nigerian lady has spoken out about her belief and experience on life after death, revealing that she was able to communicate with her dead sister in her dream.
The lady, identified as Olabisi Ekwueme, narrated that her late sister had left behind a daughter when she passed on and the first time she spoke to the deceased in her dream, she asked for her help in securing a job to enable her take care of her niece.
According to what she shared on social media, few days after she asked her late sister for help, she got a job in a consulting firm which she said she didn’t apply for, but the firm reached out to her.
Read her post below:
“On life after death.
A few days ago, I did a post about how my sister, Seun’s death hit me again. That day, I said ‘Seun, if you can hear me, come to me in my dream. Let us have fun like when you were alive’. And I left it there. I did not dream of her that night.
I dreamt of her today. I dreamt that she planted a shrub which has now grown beautiful and fragrant flowers and she and I were trimming and sha doing things to the shrub to make sure it continues to be beautiful and fragrant.
I believe that shrub is her daughter, Derin. And we laughed and joked and all.
The first time I spoke to her after she died was when I was in a bad way after she died. I was broke and broken. I had left my abusive ex and was trying to break into Software Testing from my then current role of credit risk assessment.
I said to her ‘Seun, I am broke. I need a good job. I need to take care of Derin and can’t do that without a good job.
I think the next day or a couple of days later, I got a call from a consultancy company. Their client, Marks and Spencer needed an Operational Acceptance Tester. They had seen my CV online and they think I was a perfect fit for the job.
I went for the interview and got the job. That was how Seun answered me. A job I did not apply for was mine.
Maybe I should ask her for the winning lottery numbers?”
Meanwhile, the Edo State Police Command has arrested a suspected kidnapper identified as Sampson Ebiowei with an operational Ak-47 rifle.
The 34-year-old noted that he got the rifle from a soldier of the Nigerian Army serving in the Operation Lafiya Dole in the North-East for N300,000.
It was gathered that Ofunama indigene was apprehended by the police with the rifle as well as 88 rounds of ammunition.
Ebiowei while speaking at the command headquarters disclosed that he got the rifle and started the kidnapping business after his name was removed from the list of beneficiaries of the Nigerian government’s Niger-Delta Amnesty Programme for repentant militants.