Mr Chukwudi, an Ibo businessman died after donating one of his kidneys for N6 million.
An Ibo man, simply identified as Chukwudi, died after selling one of his kidneys in Malaysia.
In the quest to make fast money, Mr Chukwudi allegedly sold one of his kideys to a patient needing a transplant.
According to reports, several Nigerians are involved in the act of selling their blood and body organs for money in the Middle East.
Another Ibo businessman in the Middle East who knew about the incident said this to Pulse reporters;
I know many Nigerians will say it is none of my business how others make their money but I want to bring this to the notice of our country people how many of our young men die here in Malaysia in very disturbing circumstances.
I can tell of this young Igbo boy named Chukwudi, from Owerri, (Imo State) who was paid the sum of N6 million by one rich man to donate his kidney for a transplant.
The young man was brought in from Nigeria and I had the privilege of interacting with him and tried to dissuade from undertaking such a risky venture but he was adamant, telling me he had made up his mind already and nothing could stop him.
I even offered he join me in my little car washing business from which I have been able to build a house back home but Chukwudi did not want to struggle to make money.
He wanted fast money and he ended up a dead man because the operation was not successful. He died in the process while the rich man had a successful kidney transplant.
I felt so bad because I kind of liked the boy who was a graduate and had a lot of life ahead of him.
I want to use this opportunity to warn our young people not to always be in a hurry to make fast money.
Observers have commented that this may not be unconnected to the high unemployment rate in the country and the quest to make quick money.