The original kira, the famous death note written by the daughter of a prominent Nigerian politician, has been hanging on the walls of many Nigerian homes since the late 1990s.
The note, written by a man who is now deceased, was sent by his mother to a family friend who is the only person who knows who he is.
The note was written on an envelope of white cotton fabric, according to a local media report.
The family then took the note to the police.
However, no police officer ever saw the note.
After the note was found, many Nigerian people began to think that it could be a hoax.
In 1994, the Nigerian government launched an investigation into the death of the woman who was supposed to be the daughter’s mother.
The investigation found that she had died in her home, which was a fake.
A few years later, a second letter was found.
According to local media reports, this letter had the same handwriting as the original.
In 2004, the Nigeria National Museum discovered the original kiras.
It said that it has preserved and preserved the original letter, along with other documents and photographs.
“We were told that we can’t go to the grave,” said the curator, Kani Gama.
Kira was created to be a tribute to the deceased’s daughter.
Sources: AP, Reuters, CNN, CNN.com, APTN, BleacherReport.com