The last time I checked, women are still

the ones getting pregnant and carrying pregnancy for nine months.

The last time I checked, they are the ones giving birth to these babies after 9months either via surrogate mother or other means; it is still the women that bring forth babies with the help of God.

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Women would stand for men that abscond from their responsibilities.

Women would go to work that men also go to and return home to do her chores whether tired or not.

Having read the aforementioned, you would agree that the importance of women on earth can’t be seen as trivial. Women are necessary in the society. They are so needed!

So, if women are extremely needed in the society and we cant do without them, why the constant injustice on these women.

Why the total disrespect of a woman and her vagina. Why the constant raping of our women. Is it a crime to be a woman? Is it a crime to have a vagina? If there were no women, how then can there be men.

Why is it that Nigerian government is taking rape case lightly? Why are they not taking strict measures against rapists. Obviously obvious now; even the government has raped its people of their inheritance. And also, releasing a rapist means they have indirectly raped again the one who was raped.Why? Will Nigeria ever get better? Really misty~eyed as am blogging. Even women in power can not protect their fellow women; this is really bad,

I am deeply saddened by the news on the death of three Uniport undergraduates~ Nelson Nwafor, Fortune Obimba and Joy Adoki who were kidnapped, killed and buried in a shallow grave at Etio community, Eleme local government area of the state. The female among them~Joy was gang raped before she was killed. Joy was a 400 level student of Managenent Science in the school.

The abductors cum rapists led by Friday Akpan from AkwaIbom have been arrested by the police. They are however still on the look out for the other killers.

God of war, please, in your anger, may these men, all rapists, all evil doers not go scot free, let them be harshly dealt with.

If strict measures are put in place against rapists; there wont be rapists in Nigeria again.

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