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Nurse shares scariest encounter with an owl she sees every night at her hospital and what happens it visits

Lamine Yamal 2 weeks ago 0

A Nigerian nursing student’s unexpected encounter with an owl in a hospital ward has gone viral on social media, sparking a mix of shock, fascination, and concern.

The student, who was on night duty, captured the eerie moment on video, showing the owl’s striking features.

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The video, posted on a popular social media platform, has garnered significant attention, with many users sharing their thoughts and reactions in the comment section.

While some expressed fear and surprise, others saw the owl’s presence as a symbol of good luck or a sign of wisdom.

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The incident has raised questions about the owl’s presence in the hospital, with some speculating about its origins and whether it was a stray or a deliberate visitor.

The nursing student’s video has become a talking point, highlighting the unexpected events that can occur in the most unlikely of places.

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Watch the video below;

@_nursebusolami

A day to be remembered 💔😂😭😭🚶‍♀️

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