I quote below, my concluding paragraph of the article
As I indicated at the start of this article, the information I had was posted to my phone, so I hesitated posting the article to the publisher for a request to publish, hoping I will have a better and more credible source of information. It later occurred to me to Google it. You too can but I warn you, the gruesome murder is very difficult to watch.
f you Google "Ghanaian nanny video" you will be able to watch the gruesome murder, the same that was posted to my phone through "WhatsApp"
A Ghanaian nanny might have been executed, but really, the video purported to be that of a Ghanaian nanny was not a Ghanaian. And I thank Mr. Shedrack Okoye for writing me and for giving me the correct version of the story as written by Cable Network News (CNN).
It was actually a woman who was accused of killing her 7 year old step-daughter. According to the CNN report, the video might have been taken in 2015 but was recently leaked.
If CNN reported the story, then it is credible. Mr. Okoye was kind enough to give me the link and I paste it below:
Whatever be the case, the article is beneficial to anyone who may be contemplating on going on a visit or take adventure of working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia as it provides information about their judicial system, which is strictly "Sharia".
Any student of the Old Testament of the Bible will be familiar with it because it is essentially the same as contained in the Laws of Moses as found in the books of Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy.
And the explanations I gave in the article as it relates to capital punishment as practiced in the Kingdom are not different from that of the Saudi government official in the CNN report.
Sam Aweda, Pastor, Jesus for the World Revival Mission (Peoples' Church)