A pretty lady identified as Bernice Usoro have taken to her Facebook page to thank God for not allowing her to be harmed by a centipede.
There are many dangerous insects that are found in our environment and even at home, some crawl to the house through the surrounding bush. This is one of the reason why it's important to always keep our environment clean.
Centipede is one of the poisonous insects that can be found in our vicinity mostly in an unclean environment. It can inject venom into the body of its victim, and they are usually found in an area that is untidy. Many people don't know that this insect can actually be dangerous as they seem to be tiny and small, so Bernice needs to thank God for not allowing evil to happen to her through the insect.
This post by the lady has got people talking, advising her to always sweep her room well, thankGod on her behalf but also drag her for sentence and grammar used on the post.
See the post below
See some reactions from people
One of the comments says Centipede dont bite! Can she be right with this? Then how do they harm their victims?
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