- A video is gathering massive reactions online as it shows 2 local chiefs giving out gold for Arab cloth known as Alkimba, an Arab garment
- What amazed most people was how joyful the traditional rulers were whilst undertaking the informal transaction that many consider a slap on African culture
- The local chiefs were believed to be from one of the African countries and the video has been courting a whirlpool of angry reactions from social media users
Two local chiefs whose exact traditional territories are not disclosed have been captured in a video that is gathering reactions online, exchanging what looks like gold for clothing.
In the video that was made public on the Twitter handle of @B3yefuBa, the two traditional rulers were filled with excitement whilst making the informal transition that many found to be highly problematic.
After offering the foreigners long chains of gold, the Caucasians who appear to be from the Middle East returned the favour by adorning the chiefs with their religious attires.
Massive reactions on social media
"This is not new. People should read the history of Mansa Musah on his first pilgrimage to Mecca. Africans have been fooled and brainwashed by these religious folks for way too long #FixTheCountryNow
@emkay_jnr opined that:
"So ur eye open than ur parents? What have the new generation those demma eye open achieved, is it sex, tramadol, the weed-smoking or the other bad behaviours. The next generation tell u the same so my bro relax
"If you talk dem go talk talk say naa ibi culture ..just can't think far with this direction African leaders are taking us to ..it's very sad bro
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the expression of love is easily one of the things that can steer different emotions from members of the internet community.
Such is the case of a lovely video that was recently posted by an internet user on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
The individual identified as @Mavava101 shared a video on the social media platform that has been viewed over 12,000 times. Social media users loved the content and weighed in with their opinions.