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Nigerians who reacted to the recent horrible Rape and Murder crimes in Nigeria

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Just reading about this๐Ÿ˜ฉ May their beautiful soul RIP ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™ . This is very heart breaking & worrisome ๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ’”๐Ÿ˜ก๐Ÿ˜ก & as a mother I am constantly afraid for the lives of our innocent children, the government & the law enforcement should please ๐Ÿ™ endeavour to get hold of this animals in human form, who continue to torture, rape & kill our innocence children & women, this gruesome, barbaric, devilish act needs to stop, ๐Ÿ›‘ ๐Ÿ˜ก๐Ÿ’” It is gradually becoming a norm in our society, we must say No to this vicious act, we must continue to fight against this, we must continue to lend our VOICES until the government finds away to eradicate this injustice & allow justice prevails . . I hope the police officer or officers who cut short the innocent life of this innocent girl has also been arrested & brought to book? . Moreover, In order for this to stop โœ‹ the Govt should please swift into action ,reforming the entire police force, they seriously need to flush out all the numerous bad eggs tarnishing the image of our police force, killing our innocent children, abusing the powers given to them to protect lives, creating fears in the hearts of our dear children at all times, harassing & brutalizing them, unlawfully detaining & denying them their human rights just so that they can extort them, all this needs to stop, the police force needs to be reformed ASAP so that they can become more responsible, accountable & effective in our society, the Govt needs to do the needful. . Stop โœ‹#policebrutality #policekillings #policeextortion #saynotorape . #justiceforuwa #justicefortina . @nigeriapoliceforce @muhammadubuhari @jidesanwoolu @profosinbajo

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From the growing number of coronavirus deaths, to the horrifying killing of George Floyd in the US and rape cases in Nigeria, the month of May is quite the heavy one. Weโ€™ve been inundated with so much sad news, injustice made our daily realities, and we need to know how to come together to help fight it, help heal those who have been hurt. The hashtags #JusticeForTina, #JusticeForUwa, and #BlackLivesMatter have been trending for the past few days hereโ€™s how you can lend your voice. We are well aware that a lot has happened, and it has been overwhelming for many of us. Rape, sexual harassment, sexual assault, murder are one of the most terrible crimes on earth and it happens every few minutes. We are really thankful that social media has helped spark hot debates on this issue and calling for arrest and prosecution of culprits. We must continue to keep up hope as we fight, push for the strengthening of the laws and follow up with enforcing them. We must demand a safer Nigeria because it is our right as citizens. This is not the time to stay silent! Letโ€™s keep on trending the hashtags for awareness โ€“ #JusticeForUwa, #JusticeforTina, #StopRape, #EndRape, #JusticeForJennifer, #NoToRape. And, more importantly, letโ€™s pray for the affected families. Swipe left for a list of centres where domestic and sexual violence survivors can get help in Nigeria. Or reach out to WARIF @warif_ng, STER @standtoendrape, @dsvrt Human Development Initiatives @hdi4nigeria. #BellaNaija

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#JusticeforUWA: UNIBEN student dies after being raped in church . . . An undergraduate of the University of Benin has died after being raped inside a parish of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, sparking outrage on social media. On May 27, 2020, the victim, Uwa Omozuwa, was said to have visited the RCCG, Edo Province 10, Ikpoba Hill, Benin, where she was reading. . . Some men were reported to have made their way into the church auditorium where they struck her in the head with a fire extinguisher, raped her and left her for dead. A security guard at the church reportedly found her in a pool of blood and informed his superiors at the church. . . The 22-year-old victim, who was unconscious, was rushed to the University of Benin Teaching Hospital where she narrated her ordeal. She, however, succumbed to her injuries three days later. The case was reported at the Oregbeni Police Station, Benin. . . According to friends of the deceased, she only recently gained admission into the federal university and had yet to do matriculation as of the time of her death on May 30, 2020. Several Twitter users wondered how the deceased was killed in broad daylight and inside a church. . . Trending as #JusticeforUWA, Nigerians called on the police to bring the culprits to book. @Bubble_minakie tweeted, โ€œThis is Uwa, a 22-year-old girl who was raped in RCCG Benin, inside the church, is there no limit to this evil? The culprits are on the run and they must be found and brought to justice.โ€ . . Source: Punch

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Earlier today, LIB shared the trending story of a 100-level Microbiology student of the University of Benin (UNIBEN), Uwaila Omozuwa, who was allegedly raped and severely beaten up inside The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Edo Province 10, Ikpoba Hill, Benin, where she had gone to read on Wednesday, May 27. . . A family source who shared the story online, said Uwaila died on Saturday midnight at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH) where she was rushed to after the attack. He said she was attacked with a fire extinguisher by some unknown persons. . . LIB reached out to the state police command spokesperson, DSP Chidi Nwabuzor, who confirmed the incident but said the police only received a report of ''Assault Occasioning Harm'' and not rape as is being reported online. . . Nwabuzor said the father of the girl went to the police station to report the matter but that he never mentioned rape. . . ''The information I received from the Divisional Police officer in charge of the Ikpoba Hill Division was that the father of the deceased made a complaint and the complaint he made was Assault Occassioning Harm and since he reported the matter, the father had not come back. They took the deceased to the hospital where she gave up the ghost. We have asked the DPO to reach out to the father of the girl who refused to come back to the station after reporting the case at the first instance. . . I confirm that the incident happened and that the girl was assaulted but that of rape, nobody can testify. There was no one there that can testify that the girl was raped. The girl was in a Coma so they couldn't record a statement from her until she gave up the ghost. The DPO said the father of the girl only reported Assault Ocassioning Harm, that no rape was mentioned because he himself wasn't there and nobody is coming forward to say I witnessed what happened there. . . So the father's report according to the law is just a hear say testimony. He wasn't there'' the police spokesperson said . . Nwabuzor said the police is currently carrying out an investigation into the matter to determine what truly happened.

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