REVEALED: Why Abigail Frederick, the make – up artist that died in Junior Pope boat accident was buried by the Riverside

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Late Abigail Frederick has been buried, Newsmirrorng.com reports.

According an eyewitness and a member of Directors Guild of Nigeria (DGN) that was said to have registered Abigail as a make – up artist in the Nollywood industry, Moses Eskor, her father was present at the scene of the burial but the money contributed was small and can’t meet the amount needed for the sacrifice which is N150 thousand Naira.

Her father doesn’t have anything to say because he is incapacitated because of financial challenge.

Rita Egwu who shared her grievance against such wicked posted

I understand according to Moses Eskor SA to the governor on entertainment in Akwa ibom that Abigail has been buried by the bank of the river. Her dad couldn’t afford the money for the rituals. They say he can take her clothes and go bury them in a cemetery or anywhere they bury people in her place. ????????????????
This hurts.

How much is it na, they should have told Nigerians. We will pay!

I dont understand!

Was shocked to see how little the money is sef? Oga Moses you couldn’t pay such a small sum nor respond in your comments to those who wanted to pay?

Why allow that girl to be buried by the bank of the river!???

This girl was just 24 and paying fees already for her 2 sisters in the university!

How much was needed and why didn’t you say so?

200k for transportation how? What is this?

Moses says 310,000.00 was raised for the family of Abigail Frederick to pay for sacrifices and then convey her corpse back to Akwa Ibom State, but it wasn’t enough because the family hired taxi to and fro for N180,000.00 and spent an additional N20,000.00 for transport making it N200,000.00. Hence, they couldn’t afford to pay for the sacrifice which cost N150,000.00.

Why did they hire taxi to and fro?

Why not enter public transport to the place, pay for whatever sacrifices and hire an ambulance to convey the corpse back?

To waste 200k on transportation of yourselves when 310,000 was raised already!???

– Rita Egwu

Late Abigail Frederick has been buried, Newsmirrorng.com reported.
According to a report by an eyewitness and the DGN that registered her in the Nollywood Moses Eskor, her father was present at scene but the money contributed was small and can’t meet the amount needed for the sacrifice which about 150 thousand Naira
Her father doesn’t have anything to say because he is incapacitated because of financial challenges .

Rita Egwu who shared her grievance against such wicked posted

I understand according to Moses Eskor SA to the governor on entertainment in Akwa ibom that Abigail has been buried by the bank of the river. Her dad couldn’t afford the money for the rituals. They say he can take her clothes and go bury them in a cemetery or anywhere they bury people in her place. ????????????????
This hurts.

How much is it na, they should have told Nigerians. We will pay!

I dont understand!

Was shocked to see how little the money is sef? Oga Moses you couldn’t pay such a small sum nor respond in your comments to those who wanted to pay?

Why allow that girl to be buried by the bank of the river!???

This girl was just 24 and paying fees already for her 2 sisters in the university!

How much was needed and why didn’t you say so?

200k for transportation how? What is this?

Moses says 310,000.00 was raised for the family of Abigail Frederick to pay for sacrifices and then convey her corpse back to Akwa Ibom State, but it wasn’t enough because the family hired taxi to and fro for N180,000.00 and spent an additional N20,000.00 for transport making it N200,000.00. Hence, they couldn’t afford to pay for the sacrifice which cost N150,000.00.

Why did they hire taxi to and fro?

Why not enter public transport to the place, pay for whatever sacrifices and hire an ambulance to convey the corpse back?

To waste 200k on transportation of yourselves when 310,000 was raised already!???

– Rita Egwu

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