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Weird News: Snake Visits The Home Of A Man To Mourn His Death

Esther Ewoi, a widow of the deceased, said they did not see the need to chase or kill the snake as they believed she had come to mourn the death of her friend.

According to Esther, the snake passed through the tomb of the deceased before entering the house, climbing on the bed, rolling over and sleeping quietly.


Esther Ewoi, a widow of the deceased, said they did not see the need to chase or kill the snake as they believed she had come to mourn the death of her friend.


According to Esther, the snake passed through the tomb of the deceased before entering the house, climbing on the bed, rolling over and sleeping quietly.


A snake that entered the compound of the late Joseph Kangogo. A state of shock erupted after a large python visited the home of his deceased 'friend' who passed away. on June 30.


The python entered the Ewoi Nakarot compound known as Dr William who passed away at the age of 86 and lay down on the bed he was sleeping on.

It is alleged that the deceased loved snakes very much. Esther Ewoi, a widow of the deceased, said they did not see the need to chase or kill the snake as they believed she had come to mourn the death of her friend.


"My husband died on June 30 after a short illness and we buried him on Thursday and then the humble snake visited us on Friday at 5pm. We believed he had decided to come for a walk and mourn his late friend," Ms Esther said.


The late Ewoi Nakarot showing his bravery before his death According to Esther, the snake passed through the tomb of the deceased before entering the house, climbing on the bed, rolling over and sleeping quietly. "For us it is a blessing".


Maybe my husband decided to show himself to us through that snake who lived to take good care of his life, Esther said.

His late son, Vincent Ewoi said that the next morning they informed neighbors about the incident who came to see the miracles before he grabbed the python with his hands and let him go into the bush.


Vincent said that snakes were the main source of income for their family as his father used to sell them and train them to keep snakes.

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