- A Twitter user has revealed the dangers of insecticides on social media
- Dr Nonso explained how a child reportedly died due to sniper
- According to Nonso, the child passed on after his mother put sniper in his dreads to kill lice
The dangers of insecticides have become a topic of discussion on social media in recent times.
A social media user identified as Dr Nonso on Twitter has recounted how a young child died due to carelessness with a strong insecticide.
According to him, a mother had applied sniper on her son’s dreads to kill his hair lice but this led to his death instead.
He further explained that some insecticides penetrate through the skin and are highly dangerous. See his tweet below:
This very sad tale led to several social media users sharing their opinions on the subject. A few of them narrated their experiences with insecticides while others slammed the ignorance of the child's mother. See some comments below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported on how a man discovered the assassination letter he received was from a family friend.
A lady identified by her Twitter handle as Bibitayo explained that an assassination letter was sent to her father. According to the lady, the letter asked her father to pay a certain amount of money or risk being killed. She also explained that they involved the police to investigate where the letter came from.
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