A Ghanaian mum has taught her daughter a hard lesson in a new video
The young girl was on social media when her mother had sent her on an errand
The mother chased her into the room and disciplined her for not doing the right thing at the right time
A Ghanaian mother has given her daughter a lesson of a lifetime after she barged in on her enjoying a dancing session instead of running an errand for her.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young lady was seen dancing to Fameye's song in what appeared like a single room.
All that while, she was supposed to be running an urgent errand for her mum who was outside the room waiting on her daughter so she could finish what she was doing.
However, the daughter appeared to have forgotten about the errand and was enjoying herself like no one's business in the room.
The mum, who had waited for a while, called out to her daughter probably trying to figure out what was causing the delay.
When the young lady responded to her mum's call and decided to now run the errand, her mother had run out of patience and chased the girl into the room.
With the cloth she had in her hand, the woman gave her daughter somewhat of a beating and asked why she decided to waste her time on social media.
The mother was heard screaming on top of her voice and was seen asking her daughter what benefit she would derive from recording herself dancing instead of running her errand.
In other news about women, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Whatsapp chats between a woman and the man she has dated for five years have been put into the public space following their issues which were being highlighted.
According to the story, the young man was breaking up with the lady because according to him, she did not have self-worth.
The lady who could not believe what the guy was saying to her after all the years and sacrifices she has made for him, begged the guy to change his mind.
Have national and human interest issues to discuss? Know someone who is extremely talented and needs recognition? Your stories and photos are always welcome.
Get interactive via our Facebook page.