RIP to my father - Corps member says as he celebrates his dad’s death

RIP to my father - Corps member says as he celebrates his dad’s death

The loss of family member could be emotional devastating for anyone, especially a parent or a child. People are thrown into loss and emotional trauma after losing someone they love.

A corps member simply identified as Victor M Bills who recently lost his father has made a shocking revelation on social media. The young man who his currently serving his country, took to Facebook to celebrate his father's death.

In his post, the young man celebrated his father's death on Facebook. M Bills called his father a great devil while celebrating his death.

According to him, his father had died on the night of Thursday, September 6. He also described his father as a useless father.

Corps member

Corps member celebrates his dad’s death Photo: Facebook Source: Victor M Bills
Source: Facebook

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He wrote: “Friday is for CDS….#Abjcoppa….And finally the great devil died last night….. R.I.P my useless father…..Just so happy we all saw ur death…. This is GOODNEWS.”

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It is shocking to see that a family would say something this bad about a family member especially one that just lost his life. There is even a saying that says that people shouldn't speak ill of the dead.

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However, things like this have happened before to family members who were not liked in the family. NAIJ.com had even reported the story of a family who put out an obituary, saying they would not miss their mother.

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