The cry for help by an American woman has led a family in Nigerian to make a video announcing the death of their son on social media.
The American lady Lisa L Flowers had announced on Facebook that she suddenly lost touch with her lover, Nelson De’Enabry.
She wrote, “My Nigerian family and friends – I need your help to find out what has happened to My Sweetness, Nelson De’Enabry. Since Thursday morning there has been conflicting news from his family members concerning his well being and if he is even alive. I have no proof from his family that he has left this earth. Please reach out to one another to help me find the truth about this situation with Nelson De’Enabry.”
In response after the post was shared widely on social media, Mr. Peter Enareaba, father of De’Enabry, said his son is dead.
He asked Nigerians to stop disparaging his son.
Lisa Flowers had contacted someone in Nigeria to go to the house and confirm if the story was true.
the contact said, “I got to the Enareaba’s house, asked few questions. According to them, they were called by his friends that Nelson just woke up from the sleep and was gasping for air.
“The Enareaba’s said Nelson was rushed to three hospitals but they all said they cannot attend to him. He was said to have died at the third hospital (Lagos State General Hospital, Ikeja). They said the hospital did not issue a death certificate because he was a not a patient of the hospital.
“The family also claimed he has been buried somewhere close to Ojokoro, Ogun State.
As of Wednesday, October 11, 2017, night, Evelyn Enareaba Nelson’s sister claimed that members of the state CID had picked up some of Nelson’s friend for questioning
Despite the family claim, Lisa hopes the truth of what happened to her husband will be exposed very soon.”
Nigerian man declared incommunicado by his American wife, is dead . . Nelson De'Enabry the husband of Lisa L. Flowers, is dead, according to his family. Speaking with journalist, David Taylor, his father, Peter Enareaba, asked Nigerians to stop disparaging or speaking evil of his son. . . According to the Enareabas, they were called by his friends that Nelson just woke up from the sleep and was gasping for air. He was rushed to two hospitals but they all said they could not attend to him. . . He was said to have died at the third hospital (Lagos State General Hospital, Ikeja). They said the hospital did not issue a death certificate because he was not a patient of the hospital. . . The family also claimed he had been buried somewhere close to Ojokoro, Ogun State and as of Wednesday October 11 2017 night, Evelyn Enareaba, Nelson's sister, claimed that members of the state CID had picked up some of Nelson's friend for questioning.