Oshodi in Shock as Bird Turns to Woman After Electric Shock

Published 4 years ago by: sanky tony
at 06:10 PM, 10/10/2014 (4 years ago)

(41 | Newbie) (m)

Witches and Wizards flying around some Nigerian cities and getting trapped in the day is no longer news because it is always happening. End time things have started happening before our very eyes, we just have to be careful. According to viral reports, a bird fell off a high tension wire and on landing on the ground, immediately transformed into a woman.

The bizarre incident occurred in Oshodi and the woman is said to have sustained injuries from the electric wire.There is hardly a month that we would not hear the horrifying stories that always come with these sect and sometimes, the stories are weird and seem unbelievable.Residents are still trying to get the true identity of the lady and also ascertain what her mission was before she lost control in broad daylight.

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CammyWhite at 12:57 AM, 11/10/2014 (4 years ago)
(1850 | Gistmaniac) (f)

This is the worst kind of superstitious nonsense.

the stories are weird and seem unbelievable

That's because the stories are blatant rubbish.


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