Girl “Resurrects” From Death After Two Years, Returns Home

Winnie died at the age of 17, following a severe illness and was burried. Her bones are still there, according to the findings of an exhumation.

After being dead for two years, she walked back to her parents’ home on Sunday.

A huge crowd gathered at Ndola Central Police Station after a girl of Masala township in Ndola, Zambia who was believed to have died two years ago walked back to her parents’ home on Sunday.

Her parents say the girl identified as Winnie Lufunja died after an illness and was buried at age 17, reports Zambia Daily Mail.

The parents narrated that the body of their late daughter even went through a church service and body viewing before it was buried.

Winnie was buried three days after her demise on November 12, 2016 in grave number 73, according to the Ndola City Council books.

Her bones are still there, according to the findings of an exhumation done on Monday, along with the blue blanket, bottle and other items that her mother identified.

The parents have also submitted the death certificate and birth certificate to the police to help establish the truth.

The parents and the “resurrected” Winnie are currently at the Police station, awaiting a DNA test to confirm if she truly returned from the dead.

Winnie was buried three days after her demise on November 12, 2016 in grave number 73, according to the Ndola City Council books.

Her bones are still there, according to the findings of an exhumation done on Monday, along with the blue blanket, bottle and other items that her mother identified.

The parents have also submitted the death certificate and birth certificate to the police to help establish the truth.

The parents and the “resurrected” Winnie are currently at the Police station, awaiting a DNA test to confirm if she truly returned from the dead.

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Blank NEWS Online founding Editor-in-Chief and Publisher, Albert Eruorhe Ograka, is a Graduate of Mass Communication. He also holds a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) in Journalism from the International Institute of Journalism (IIJ).

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