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Rapists should be kept in zoos - Actress Ini Edo

By Nigeriafilms.com
 
 
Some celebrities took time out of their busy schedules to speak against sexual molestation, through a walk organised by Esther Ijewere-Kalejaiye-led Rubies Ink Media.
The campaign tagged 'Walk Against Rape' kicked off at the Arch Bishop Vinning Memorial Church, Ikeja, Lagos, on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 by 8am. Most of those in attendance carried various placards to press home their stand on the issue.
Nollywood actress, Ini Edo clamoured for offenders to be kept in the zoo, where she believes they belong because they are not fit to be among humans.
In her opinion, she said; “Domestic violence and rape occur in so many homes in Africa. Women are supposed to be protected by men and not abused by them. Let's work together on this, say no to rape. Let's walk the walk and talk the talk. All rapists should be in zoo.”
Some of those present at the rally include Annie Idibia, Lami Philips, Kehinde Bankole, Tosin Ajibade, amongst many others.


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