A video which captured the popular Benin actress called "Loveth OKH Azugbene" protesting to against police brutality and the killing of innocent souls is currently gaining more reactions ever since it was posted to twitter by a user simply identified as "Jola" few hours ago.
The video which has already been viewed by over twenty nine thousand(29,000) users on twitter captured the actress holding a bible and some other object while say different words of prayers of which includes; "Holy fire will consume any one that is killing our youths"However, before the actress left with one other lady who probably came with her to protest, she made a funny dancing steps that looks like that of what we popularly "shaku shaku" before the both women left and the video ended
VIDEO LINK IS AVAILABLE HERE
Many people are still viewing and reacting to the video by either retweeting it or commenting, below are screenshots containing some comments from twitter users.
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