How Popular Port-Harcourt Businessman, Prince Jackson Worlu Was Crushed To Death By A Trailer

Prince Jackson Worlu, fondly called Omoba, a famous businessman in Port-Harcourt has died.

Popular Instagram blog, Instablog9ja reported that Prince Jackson Worlu was crushed to death by a trailer on Thursday, July 8, 2021 at Nkpolu close to Mercyland junction, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State.

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On the other hand, the driver of the truck couldn’t get away because onlookers barred him for fleeing. They handed him over to the police who appeared after a short time.

The source said;

“Prince was crossing the road to patronize a POS operator when the trailer following one-way, rammed into him and crushed him into bits. Eyewitnesses prevented the truck driver from running away and waited till the police came to arrest him,”

See reactions below;


😢😢😢😢😢😢sadly no one accounts for human lives in Nigeria. May his gentle soul RIP


Leaving home and coming back alive is a blessing that’s underrated 😢


Going out and coming back home safe is actually enough to be grateful for 👏😢


Menh leaving home and coming back safely is a huge blessing


God help us death is too much save out young men and women

In other news, the Civil Rights Writers Association of Nigeria has asked President Buhari to change the name of the Federal Ministry of Finance, Budget and National Planning to the Federal Ministry for Foreign Loans and Debts Accumulation after being distressed about the numerous foreign loans collected by the Buhari administration since taking office in 2015,

The amount of loans requested by this administration is becoming concerning, according to a statement signed by its National Coordinator, Emmanuel Onwubiko, and its Media Affairs Director, Zainab Yusuf, and titled ‘Rename Finance Minister To Minister Of Foreign Loans Collection:- HURIWA Tells President Buhari.’ READ HERE


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