Since billionaire Victor Okafor aka ‘King of Money’ (Ezego) died mysteriously in December 1999 an accident while returning home for Christmas and to celebrate his birthday, things have allegedly not remained the same.
One would think lots of property-hijacking and fights amongst relatives would have taken place after the billionaire’s death in Ihiala town, Anambra state. But this is not so, according to reports.
The N500m mansion belonging to the late billionaire is said to be abandoned over his connection with the dreaded Okija shrine.
PMNews reports that the mansion which houses lots of golden chairs and tables, expensive fabrics, rugs, electronics, electrical appliances, abandoned vehicles and others worth millions of naira is said to have remained untouched since the billionaire’s death.
Even with the high rate of robbery in the area where the mansion is situated, no robber seem to be interested in touching the building or the amenities it houses, even without security men in sight. All for the fear of being dealt with by the deity which is assumed to have killed the billionaire owner.
NAIJ.com gathered that the billionaire was said to have attracted the anger of the deity after he allegedly could not defend himself over a report by one of his kinsmen who reportedly dragged him to the shrine over business transaction which he alleged that Okafor had cheated him.
Reports are that since the ‘king of money’ died years ago, members of the immediate family including his wife and children have not returned to the mansion.
The will ‘Ezego’ had prepared was not read because the lawyer who prepared the will one Barrister Barnabas Igwe was brutally murdered with his wife.