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Orji: those wishing me dead will die before me

Chief Theodore Orji, the Abia State ex-governor has debunked speculations that he has died.

According to reports, Orji, the senator representing Abia Central Senatorial District, was said to have died in an unnamed Kaduna specialist hospital where he had gone for medical attention, as his travelling documents were reportedly still being held in the custody of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) headquarters.

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However, Ochendo, in a three minutes video suspected to have been recorded by one of his aides, which went viral across social media platforms last Saturday, debunked the death rumour.Information Guide Nigeria

He said those wishing him dead would die before him.

Orji in the video said: “For sure, I am alive. Are you not seeing me? No be man dey talk?

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“The rumour (of my death) doesn’t mean anything to me. I am used to rumours; I am used to serious rumours. So it doesn’t mean anything to me.

“It is you who are my friends that are worried and you have come to verify and you have seen the truth; that I am alive. I dey kampe.

“It was a very wicked rumour. This is not the first time it has happened in Abia.

“People go into their rooms, concoct story and push it out and those who are gullible will buy the idea. Social media is open to every person and my good friends will start fumbling.NYSC Portal

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“I am not perturbed at all. You have access to me and I am here. I have been in Umuahia.

“If not for the shift in the election, I could have been at my polling unit voting.

“To the people of Abia State, I will encourage them to be steadfast. They should stay strong. Things are hard, but it is not hard for people only in Abia State, it is hard for people in other states. They should endure because one day, it will be better.

“They should disregard the rumour (of death). Since they said I am dead and I am alive, I don’t know the type of rumour that they will be generating tomorrow that will be more than this one.

“You can’t have your cake and eat it. If you wish me well, God will wish you well.

“If you wish me bad, evil will follow you. This is what will happen to those people who are carrying rumour that I am dead.

“Death is waiting for them sooner or later. They will die before me. Even if they are younger than me, they will die and I go dey here kampe.”JAMB Result

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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