It has been an issue in our country for quite some time, and it has endured for years with no signs of abating.
Women are abused at a rate that is among the highest in the world, and a woman in this country is more likely than any other to be killed by a man, most often by her husband or boyfriend.
The tendency of killing a woman at the hands of a guy doesn't seem to stop for even a single month.
A very unpleasant video and pictures trending on social media this morning woke us up. It was a man accusing his girlfriend of cheating, beating her, and pulling her across the ground, which was trending on social media.
The post was shared by a Twitter user named @master nzama out of concern and fear, and he qouted "No man let's retweet this until aboshwe" as his reason for doing so.
This translates to "No man will allow this to be retweeted till he is jailed."
He proceeded to beat and drag her as she screamed, almost as if he was taking pleasure in the situation.
He ended up pulling her hair and yelling at her. He should be arrested because this type of behavior cannot be tolerated and is inhumane.
In the background, there were people observing and telling him to stop, but he refused to listen. It makes no difference what the woman had done to him; his actions are unacceptable.
SOURCE : mobile.twitter.com/master_nzama/status/1365250300198666242
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