Stella Dimoko Thunder Strikes 17 Cows Dead....


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Sunday, November 24, 2019

Thunder Strikes 17 Cows Dead....

About 17 cows and two sheep were killed by a thunderstorm in Iba, in Ifelodun Local Government Area of Osun State.

According to an eyewitness, who spoke to Dailypost on Saturday, the incident happened on Friday at Gaa Eleesun, a community mostly populated by Fulani herdsmen.

It was further learnt that the thunderstorm, which struck around 6:00pm, also injured many individuals in the community, causing serious apprehension.

Speaking on the development, the leader of Gaa Eleesun community, Chief Jimoh Soliu lamented the loss of the animals.

Soliu said: ” We had just returned from pasturing when thunder started striking. We ran into the houses leaving our cows outside. But to our shock, we found 17 cows and two sheep dead outside.

“This is devastating for us because since we have been staying in this community, this strange occurrence has never happened.”

*This killing cows by thunder is becoming scary,ah ah....


  1. Someone here refuted the thunder claim last time it did and said it was the acidic grass they consumed that killed them. Let me keep observing.

  2. When you hear "May Iba thunder fire you", it's time to plead for forgiveness

  3. "This killing cows by thunder is becoming scary,ah ah...."

    Are you by any means insinuating that someone is killing them? the cows could easily have been the tallest conductors in the area. no need spreading any propaganda

  4. This thunder is wasting it's power on poor cows. Thunder face Aso rock, Government houses, Senate house and House of Reps. Strike every enemy of Nigeria. Those milking this country dry. Spare no one. Thank you in anticipation

    1. Now this comment is hilarious 😂

  5. Thunder will leave those it should fire and be firing cows. 😌

  6. If only folks know the level of damage these cows do to crops of helpless farmers. They farmers have complained to high heavens yet help does not come their way. And sometimes, when they (farmers) react,the herdsmen kill them and when youths of the village mobilise, that's when you see the commissioner of police most probably from the north will order for "peace"

    So, let the gods do that which the villagers want and nobody can say they cows did not die natural deaths. And that will naturally remove any conflict between the host communities and the herdsmen.

    If only every host community will adopt this.

    Btw, thunder by this period of the year? Hmmm

    1. 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  7. Y'all are so ignorant. It's lightening that strikes. I always smh when someone says "thunda faya u". Stella even you. Na wa.



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