A trending videos on social media sees a young and energetic man being flogged 100 times by angry youth of Ogidi in Anambra state, Nigeria after he was filmed beating a woman grown enough to be his mother.
According to report and videos attracted, the said man identified as Sunday Maduegbunam Kosisochukwu’s Mother had a misunderstanding with a neighbor which led to a fight between the two where he intervened and beat the other woman Mercilessly like he was fighting a colleague man.
He was seen in the trending view flogging, boxing, and kicking the woman who was fighting his mom.
The youth in the villages also thought it was needful to teach him a lesson for beating up someone’s mother Mercilessly for fighting his mom when he could separate the fight and settle the issue between the two.
The youth however made him feel the pain he made the other woman went through as they tied his hands and feet to a tree and flogged him too well that he has no option that n to beg for forgiveness.
Watch the video bellow;
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