A terrible video depicts a young boy being cruelly tormented while foaming at the mouth and begging for compassion.
A man holding an exposed electric wire fastened the youngster to a makeshift metal crucifix. After that, the man places the electric wire on the metal cross, causing the boy's body to tremble as the electricity flows through the metal and shocks him.
The man continues to do this for a time, despite the boy's shaking and pleading for mercy due to the electric shock.
As he begs for his life, the youngster can be heard shouting "walahi" and other muted sounds.
Others on the scene stand by and observe the heinous torture without doing anything to help. While some were laughing, others were filming.
The youngster is seen shivering uncontrollably near the end of the video as sparks from the metal cross fall on him. His head finally drops downward toward his chest.
It's unclear whether he survived the electric shocks. The exact location of this heinous torture is unknown at this time, but Nigerians are disseminating the footage and appealing for assistance in locating the culprit as well as the victim.
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