Vector reacts as Brekete family host, Ahmad Isah hits woman in BBC video

Written by on May 18, 2021

Popular Nigerian rapper, Vector has reacted to the viral video showing Ahmad Isah of Brekete Family hitting a woman during an interview covered by the BBC.


The woman was accused of setting her brother’s daughter on fire over
alleged witchcraft.

She reportedly tied the minor’s hand and legs, poured kerosene on her head and ignited fire.

Isah while asking how she confirmed the girl was a witch lost his cool and slapped her severally.


His action has continued to generate reactions and criticisms on social media.

Vector, reacting said that some human beings deserve to be slapped for their ‘rubbish’ act.

On his Twitter page, the rapper wrote: “But we all know human beings need “slap” sometimes right? If na Desmond dem light una go say na human right abuse?

“Some people deserve mending period. Apologies later but in the moment, collect make you for remember say you collect when you do rubbish since you no get sense.”


Isah popularly known as ordinary president who hosts a programme on Human Rights Radio, 101.1 in Abuja, is known for using his platform to help citizens air their stories on injustice.


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