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#Trending: Video showing Women allegedly protesting Sexual Abuse from Church Leader

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 #Trending: Video showing Women allegedly protesting Sexual Abuse from Church Leader - BellaNaijaA video showing 2 young women in Wesley Methodist Church in Tshwane, South Africa, disrupting church service to protest alleged sexual abuse is trending on social media.

In the video posted by @AthiGeleba, 2 young women are seen standing before the church holding up sheets of paper.

One of the women is seen arguing while elders speak to her.

According to @AthiGeleba, the women were confronting a leader of the church with sexual abuse allegations. She wrote:

Commotion at Wesley Methodist Church in Tshwane. Young women confront a leader of the church about sexual abuse allegations. I just love how the women, victims of abuse themselves, unite in song and drown out the voices of these young women in order to save “God’s Chosen” ❤️

See the video below:

8 Comments

  1. Mrs chidukane

    January 31, 2018 at 1:16 pm

    Shame on the women in that Church especially the one on the pulpit in black.

  2. Mrs chidukane

    January 31, 2018 at 1:18 pm

    Shame on the people in that Church especially the woman on the pulpit in black. I’m happy the ladies took the bold step to protest.

  3. marlee

    January 31, 2018 at 2:34 pm

    women are their own enemies. why trying to protect an abuser. shame on South African women.

    • Uju

      January 31, 2018 at 5:10 pm

      Don’t be stupid, how can you generalise a whole group of people and say shame on South African women. You can simply say shame on the women not all South Africans, you idiot. I hate when people speak like that. Nigerians are so prejudice to other Africans. It’s disgusting. We are no better than any African country so stop feeling superior as a people to other Africans, and more importantly let’s fix our own s— in this country lord knows we got plenty thus why many are running to other African countries and doing crime.

  4. Uju

    January 31, 2018 at 5:00 pm

    I saw another such video on Instagram of a lady in her 30s who got up to testify (with her own 8 Yr old by her side) of her mom’s former boyfriend who molested her as a child at 8yrs old. You should have seen the vultures in the church (who were not there when she was a child) including her mom, jump up and scream at her liar liar liar

  5. John

    January 31, 2018 at 5:35 pm

    This looks like more of a setup..tomorrow, they will all come back to kneel at the altar and ask for forgiveness …women kai!!- You never know with women..damn ..that reminds me of my favourite novel by James Hadley Chase

  6. Amaka

    January 31, 2018 at 7:54 pm

    Uju, you just hushed Marlee, for saying “shame on South African women,”, but you did exactly, what you are accusing him/her of doing “generalizing.” You just wrote there that “Nigerians are so prejudice to other Africans.” Who are you to judge, when you have a mighty log in your eyes? Please! please!! please!! don’t come out on Bellanaija, and be showcasing your lack of knowledge, and hatred on Nigeria. The world is big for everybody. You can easily change your citizenship, and become a South African. In your application, tell them you stood up against a Nigerian that was lumping their women together in a case of sexual assault in the church. Hope you know where you belong. SA, do not give a hoot about you. Ask those Nigerians that live there. …….. Nwa na ama ishi ogiri mtchew

  7. JUANITA

    February 1, 2018 at 7:58 am

    I just wish we can claim Christianity first before we are South African or Nigerian.
    @Uju… love from an SA Girl thank .Your open mindedness is appreciated.

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