Suspected Sakawa young men get pounded for washing in broad daylight.
Suspected Sakawa young fellows gets thrashed for scouring openly, in the focal point of a market in Negeria
In the video, a horde of individuals is viewed as they look curiously at the two adolescents as they kept pouring water over their bodies and regardless, utilizing the wipe they had in their grasp to scour their bodies.
The unidentified men were evidently washing with a dim cleanser on a clamoring street in Ikotun throwing, shocking the onlookers in the city.
After a short time, a battle breaks out collectively of onlookers surged over an attempt to beat the washing young fellows for the astoundingly profane show.
The video has caused a commotion via web-based media with many proclaiming that washing in the open, similar to what they are doing is a custom performed by sakawa young men to bring in cash, however this is my first time seeing one. What are your considerations on this?
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