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Outrage As Nigerian Dad Flogs His 18-Year-Old Daughter For Joining A Group Chat [Video]

An 18-year-old daughter was seen getting lashed by her father for joining a group chat he warned her against.

A video currently circulating the social media showed the moment a Nigerian dad was seen flogging his 18-year-old daughter for disobeying him by joining a group chat he warned her against.

Outrage As Nigerian Dad Flogs His 18-Year-Old Daughter For Joining A Group Chat [Video] 1

In the video posted on Instablog9ja, the father is seen flogging the disobedient girl and repeatedly reminding her of his earlier warning not to join the unauthorized group chat.

The nature of the ‘group chat’ is not known but some Twitter users suggested it could be an adult group where the young ones are exposed to illicit sexual ideas.

Several users have shared different opinions over the act, with some condemning the dad for flogging the girl, while others believed the age of the girl does not matter when it comes to discipline.

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Watch the video below:

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The video has triggered a lot of divided reactions among Nigerians as regards to whether what the father did to his daughter is right or wrong.

KanyiDaily had also published a video that shows a father scolding his son over poor result, after paying $21,680 tuition fees for the boy at an expensive school in Zambia.

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