As Mrs. Seinye Lulu-Briggs engages in the make-believe drama on radio and national television over her so-called exoneration by the autopsy report, she files yet another application in a Ghana High Court for orders of injunction against the removal of the mortal remains of the late High Chief O.B. Lulu-Briggs, claiming that if the body is given to the family, it would prejudice her suit against the Coroner’s order for an inquest.
She actually filed this new application about 2pm on the same Tuesday 11th February, 2020, that the Supreme Court dismissed her Certiorari application and stay of execution.
She just walked down the road and filed another matter, yet she is all over the media in Nigeria, dancing and calling on the family to unite to bury her husband, as the autopsy report vindicates her.
We are constrained to ask: What is in this corpse or missing from this corpse, that the widow, Mrs. Seinye Lulu-Briggs does not want it released to the family for burial by custom.