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Monday, April 26, 2021

Coconut Tree Burns Down After Thunder Strike..

This happened in Festac town in Lagos...

In the video, voices can be heard thanking God for striking down the witches and they agreed that as the tree was burning someone or some people would die.....







23 comments:

  1. This life na look more, see less. Na God sha know.

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    1. Happens everyday dear. Coconut be fuel o. When thunder they shout avoid cocnut tree

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  2. Scientists in the house should come and explain.

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  3. Eeeeehoooo πŸ™„πŸ™„ everything in Nigeria is witches and wizard,I'm sure there is a scientific explanation for this occurrence but no my Naija people no go reason am like that and I don't blame them sha

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    1. The sky is naturally charged.So probably thunder and lightening transmits the charge to coconut tree that contains coconut water that is rich in electrolyte.....

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  4. Hmmmmmmmmmmm,God is great 🚢🚢🚢🚢🚢

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  5. Holy ghost fire in action

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  6. This can't be festac cos it would have been everywhere here, how come I didn't hear of such news?

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  7. Happened once in Niger state, Mina. The house of an army officer was completely burnt down. They became homeless, people refused to sympathize with him because of his life style. They suggested his behavior may have prompted it.

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  8. I think there's a thing with palm trees and thunder, this once happened near my lodge while I was an undergraduate...
    Mysteries.

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    1. Na the palm win na. Alcohol and fire

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  9. Haha sometimes I wonder if God and his angels smile or laugh out loud when they hear all these kinda prayers and Thanksgiving from NigeriansπŸ˜„

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  10. Thunder doesn't strike but sounds(rumbles) it's lightning that strikes

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  11. Lightning strike! Thats y all tall buildings and masts are installed with deflectors. Movie and useless churches na im cause all ds nonsense.

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  12. Village people misfire.

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  13. Wicked generation always think like that. Of course, none of the thieving politicians that they worship and fight for will die. It is their own relatives and neighbors they suspect and want dead. If you place a lens or glass in the sun at an angle against paper or grass and it catches fire, is that witchcraft? If a bullet is fired into fuel and it explodes is that witchcraft? Striking two stones against each other to make fire is not witchcraft either. When they were taught these things in ss1, did they listen? Do they know which is safer during a thunderstorm- to be under a tree or inside a car? Please let us be more informed. With all the "witches" that have been murdered, the lives of Nigerians continue to get worse and their society continues to deteriorate. Lighting or "fire" struck a dry tree and it burned down. End of story. Your neighbors and village people are also disappointed that you did not die.

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