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|Civil Defence Amoury Training-one Lost by fennels007(m): 10:07am On Sep 09, 2012|
In Asaba, The Civil Defence Corps, training some of its selected officers in handling guns and other amonitions recorded one life lost on friday 7th of September, 2012. The deceased, PIUS IGUMBOR, was said to have collapsed while in queue. When we, the family members including his wife and brother contacted their office on 8th September to inquire the cause of the death of our brother, their instructor spoke to us. 'All men must die one day, but the cause of the death we don't know. He continued, Pius Igumbor was in queue with others when he suddenly moved out of the queue, turned round and fell. I thought it was convulsion, so i instructed other officers to allow him be. But after sometime, there was no sign of him convulsing, so i asked them to take him to the hostpital. On geting to the hostpital, he was cmfirmed dead by the doctor', said their instructor.
The cause of the death could not ascertained as at the moment as we await the result of autopsy, but rumours have it that he died of heart attack.
The deceased is my dear cousin, married with 3 kids. He has brothers and a sister. He has being coverted to federal govt employee.
Please is there anybody who knows the proper procedure to folow in burying somebody who died in active service? Do we have to give the govt any condition (ask for claims or compensation) before burying him? If yes, what kind? I await ur candid response.
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