Identity of Kenyan woman abusing her young baby on Live Video
A video that has since been pulled down by Facebook shows a Kenyan woman Zarinah Mondi Ogega- most likely a parody account- dancing on live video while holding a young child of not more than six months.
In the disturbing video, Ms Ogega is dressed in a skimpy body suit and forces the baby to dance with her.
She then proceeds to slap the young kid who is whimpering in discomfort saying; “Ukikataa kudance nitakuchapa (if you don’t dance, I will beat you up).
She proceeds to rough the young baby a little longer before bursting into pearls of laughter.
The video which had over 200 people watching live attracted hundreds of comments with a Kenyans calling on police to arrest the woman.
Her female friend who is in the house with her during the live video proceeds to read the comments garnered from the live video saying the baby is okay and the mum is just having fun.
Viusasa News understands that the video and Ms Ogega’s account have since been pulled down with Kenyans urging for the quick arrest for the woman.]
After her video went viral, Kenyans smoked her out and aired her real account- Edna Nyangara and her photos.
Only last year, Kenyan were treated to the horror of a depressed man who decided to take his life on live video.
Kelvin Wa Nyambura went live on Facebook and talked to hundreds of viewers while taking white pills.
In the video he claimed to have reached the bottom of his suffering and was finally giving up.
Luckily for him, his family got to him on time and he was rushed to hospital before on time.