A video of a woman being humiliated in public has surfaced on the internet.
From the video shared by TV3’s Nuong Faalong, the woman was tied to a tree whiles two men were whipping her.
The language spoken in the video is Moshie, a language of the Moshie tribe in Burkina Faso which some living in Neighboring Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Benin and Togo.
From the video, those beating her accused her of doing something wrong but she kept on denying.
A native of Bawku a Moshie speaking town in Ghana who commented on Nuong Faalong’s post explained the conversation.
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“they accused her of something that sounded inaudible for me in the video to which the woman flatly denied.
He went further to say she earlier agreed to which she said no. He asked how many times she did that and she said she didn’t do anything.
It’s sickening to see people take the law in their own hands and subject others to such a barbaric act especially a woman. I had a bad start to my morning watching this.
Secondly, I am convinced the actors are Burkinabes from the accent and diction. I come from Bawku where Moshe is widely spoken and I can confidently say this accent is not Ghanaian Moshe. I strongly believe this footage is from Burkina Faso until proven otherwise by an investigation. Burkinbila I. S. Kananzoe my bro from Bawku will bear me out. “