DOES PEOPLE JUST LOSE THEIR LABOR OR IS IT THE BEST WAY FOR AFRICA?
Social networking is a place where everyone has the opportunity to express their views, even if it means disregarding the opinion of the next person.
The video, which has been distributed over 1000 times, shows a woman, tied at the waist with a rope that holds the shepherds at both ends, immersed in a bowl of running water.
The woman was immersed several times before coming out. And they stumble as they try to reach the rock between the two ends.
While some argue that no tradition or religion is allowed to treat people this way, others defend it by saying that just because someone does not believe in something, they should not speak ill of it.
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