A Ghanaian muslim woman whose voice has become a meme after she was heard saying ‘Subhanallah Sanu Nana Kafra’ in a video has finally been found and has detailed what led to that recording.
According to Hajia Hawah Fuuta, her household had bought a cow during the festive period to slaughter, but the animal was so strong that it kicked one of the men (Nana) who was transporting it to the abattoir.
“I was recording a video and before I knew it, the cow had hit Nana with its legs straight to the ground. I immediately shouted ‘Subhanallah Sanu , Nana kafra’. At that time, a young lady standing beside me also shouted ‘the animal is so strong’. That video was recorded about three to four years,” Hajia Faatu disclosed in an interview.
Speaking in an interview on a YouTube channel, Mam Online, she credited actress Afia Schwarzenegger for making the video viral.
Afia Schwarzenegger was among the first people to share it on their social media platforms.
Soon after this, other social media users across Africa fell in love with the audio and started using it in their funny skits. Unfortunately, some people claimed ownership of the audio after it went viral.
Subhanallah Sanu meaning
‘Subhanallah Sanu, is translated in English as ‘Glory to God, sorry,.. Nana kafra meaning , Nana sorry.”
Watch the interview below :