A couple of weeks ago, the life of a twitter influencer, Omotara Akanni took a really big hit after she posted a video of herself, mocking a little beggar girl. The video was meant to be funny, but it was far from it. It was unbelievably appalling to say the least.
Everyone who saw the video could not believe how someone could do something like that to a little beggar child and Omotara was the talk of the town from Nigeria all the way to France as she trended on French twitter.
She lost deals, endorsement, and had everyone insulting her. Those moments would undoubtedly be one of the very worst moments of her life.
But in life, we all make mistakes. She made one and thankfully she's claimed to have learnt from it. A couple of hours ago, she took to her twitter account to make an apology video, begging everyone who felt offended by her actions and promised never to be caught doing something like that ever again.
After she posted this video, Nigerians quickly reacted to it as they told her to go and sin no more because she has been forgiven.
This is good to know. We're all imperfect and bound to make mistakes, and when we do, it is always great to know that we have been forgiven because punishment and reproach is meant to correct and make one see the wrong in one's action.
See people's reaction
Hopefully she regains control of her life after what has been a roller-coaster few weeks.
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