-A disturbing video has gone viral on social media which shows a military officer attacking a civilian
-According to reports, the military man attacked the civilian who had questioned his action
-The fracas occurred as the civilian allegedly tried to save a taxi driver from being bullied
A yet-to-be-identified military officer has caused a stir on social media after a video of him bullying a civilian for trying to question his actions went viral.
According to a post made on Facebook, one Nãna Kinã Elia came out of a restaurant to question the unknown military man about why he was attacking a taxi driver.
The post that was made on Facebook went on to reveal that as soon as Nãna Kinã Elia stepped into the situation, the military man reportedly attacked him, beating him to a pulp and left him bleeding.
Nãna Kinã Elia, fearing for his life is reported to have sought refuge in his car but was apprehended by the military man who reportedly smashed his car door window and pulled him out of the car.
In the video that was seen on Facebook, the military man was seen dragging Nãna Kinã Elia and asked him to follow him.
Nãna Kinã Elia could also be heard asking in Twi whether the military man was going to fix his shattered car door window.
The altercation attracted a number of people to the scene who started filming the attack and questioned the motive behind the military man’s rage.
The video has since been shared over a 100 times on Facebook with the aim of getting the authorities to bring the military man to book for his actions.
Many social media users have also questioned the action of the military man with many wondering if he was under the influence of alcohol or hard drugs.
It is yet to be ascertained what ensued before the military man launched his attack on the taxi driver in the first place, which necessitated the intervention of Nãna Kinã Elia.
The attire of the civilian according to the pictures shared on Facebook were soaked in blood due to the attack.
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