May is a month of fun. Many humorous events are happening. Even though we've few days to move into another month, still hope for more entertaining events.
Let's go into with today's event "TV presenter slaps woman during live interview"
Ahmad Isah of the Brekete family was heavily censured for slapping a woman who was accused of setting her brother’s daughter on fire, during live interview.
Isah rose to prominence as a result of the use of his platform to assist victims in sharing their stories of injustice.
In the video that's fast going viral, Isah's attack was captured in a TBEN Africa Eye documentary directed by journalist Peter Nkanga.
Here are some screenshots of the scenes in the video:
We have also added a link below where you can watch the documentary.
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