How I Escaped Being Killed By My Ceiling Fan — Nigerian Lady Narrates
A Nigerian lady who narrowly escaped has shared her testimony of how God showed her mercy and saved her life.
The lady identified as Ayomeekun on Twitter took to the micro-blogging platform said that the ceiling fan in her room would have chopped off her head but fortunately for her, it fell off when she stepped out of the room.
Ayomeekun who uses the handle @iamlewakulture expressed gratitude to God for keeping her alive.
Reacting to her testimony, @ceemplybecca wrote; ‘I always fear this thing too! Fear of ceiling fan falling on someone is called what’
iamsheila wrote; ‘I won’t lie,this tin can fear me o,i occasionally say to myself,make this fan nor go fall for person head o..thank God for ur life .’
cicinita wrote; ‘Make I go off my room fan abeg na person wey dey alive dey collect breeze which kind wahala be this’
itobiloba wrote; ‘I fear this thing called ceiling fan. The evil thoughts whenever I am under it’
mmmoneyphonesandgadget said; ‘that is y I can never use a ceiling fan in my HOUSE…this happened to me and it almost damaged my knee’
Away from that, Nollywood actress, Monalisa Stephen has opened up on his battle with Tinnitus, a condition commonly described as a ringing in the ears, but it also can sound like roaring, clicking, hissing, or buzzing.
Taking to her Instagram story, Monalisa Stephen lamented how frustrating living with the condition is stating that she has to work twice as hard not to focus on it.
According to her sometimes she just cries and wishes it can go away but it’s not going. However, she made it clear that she did not share her experience to get pity but to let those battling know they are not alone.
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