Man to be buried with wrapped cannabis in his mouth in Anambra (Photo)

A man identified as Scorpincho is set to be buried with a carefully wrapped cannabis (igbo or ganja) in his mouth in Anambra state.

A social media user took to her page to share a picture of the late “Scorpincho” lying in state and he can be seen with a wrapped cannabis in his mouth as the ceremony goes on.

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He was said to have died in an auto accident in Anambra. The images shared were captioned;

Scorpincho sleep well dear may your soul rest in peace (Amen)

See pictures shared below.

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Cannabis in Nigeria is one of the highly abused drugs even though it’s sale is illegal in the country. See some reactions to the post below.

Dey shouldn’t give him lighter he will lit it in d hell fire 🔥

You people just wan koba this guy. How will he explain this now at heaven’s gate

Una for light am na…so he’ll be high with the Most High…anuofias

😂😂😂😂😂 He wants to get higher than the most high😂😂

Oh Jesus what is this one again. 🤦🤦🤦 well I don’t blame him.. I blame his family members Because there are two sides in their brain On the right side, there is nothing left.. On the left side, there is nothing right….

This is so wrong.. Pls remove that thing from his mouth… Rip anyway

I pity the Termites and micro organisms that will decay this.. they will get high on the Ganja or some🤔. RIP to the dead🙏

Cultist burial

Why didn’t Dey give him brown paper 😭😭

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