Charles Darwin’s Evolution Debunked in Nigeria As Sheep Gives Birth to Half Human and Woman Gives Birth to Horse

Evolutionist Charles Darwin's theories have been debunked in Nigeria as a sheep gave birth to half human/half sheep creature and a pregnant woman gave birth to a baby horse in two mind-boggling births.

The sheep gave birth to a monstrous creature that was half human/half sheep on January 20, 2012, in the Islamic region of Sokoto in northern Nigeria where the dreaded Boko Haram Islamic terrorist sect has attacked and killed many people in suicide bombings and guerrilla raids on innocent residents and government targets. See the bizarre creature in the video.

Then on Tuesday September 11, 2012, in the south-southern Benin city of Edo State a woman gave birth to a foal (horse like) creature, otherwise known as a baby horse at the World Liberation Ministry, on the old Benin-Sapele road during the church’s prophecy and deliverance service for possessed members according to Uchechukwu Olisah. But “it had died by the time journalists visited the church following the strange occurrence”.

"The identity of the woman was yet to be known but some church members said she started screaming during the prayer session and began bleeding from her private part just before the foal-like creature emerged," reported Mr. Olisah. See the photo of the foal born by a woman in Nigeria.

An 1871 caricature following publication of The Descent of Man was typical of many showing Darwin with an ape body, identifying him in popular culture as the leading author of evolutionary theory..

These abnormal births would have even been unbelievable to Charles Darwin himself since they have made nonsense of his own theories On the Origin of Species. Nigerians have decided to produce their own Juju version of Darwin’s Evolution.
I have my doubts.


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