- A Twitter user has taken to the platform to share his opinion on sexual abuse
- Identified as Deji, he stated that while he condemns rape and any form of sexual abuse, women should also put in efforts
- According to him, women should avoid sleeping in the houses or hotel rooms of men to avoid putting themselves in such harmful situations
As the issue of rape continues to trend on social media, a Nigerian man identified as Deji (@Deji_OoniAbj) recently took to social media to share his two cents on the topic and disclosed what he believes can help.
In a series of tweets, Deji who wrote clearly that he condemned rape and other forms of sexual abuse, stated that women should also be advised against spending the night in a man's house or hotel room.
According to him: "If you keep passing the nights in men's houses or hotel rooms, you're gonna be raped, don't be stupid!! Let's make rape cases believable and easy to tackle head-on without doubts!!"
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He continued: "I still insist that every confirmed rapist, not those falsely accused, those confirmed cases, the rapist should be castrated forever!! This will put automatic stop to RAPE!! Then fear of losing your penis won't let you do anyhow!!!"
He went on to describe rapists as sociopaths who just like serial killers, move from one victim to another.
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Deji once again emphasized on women spending the night in a man's house. "Watch your movements and associations and avoid sleeping from one man's house to another's hotel room. Don't be a victim!!! Atoto arere oo!!" he wrote.
Meanwhile, Nigerian televangelist and general overseer, Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has taken a step further in the fight for justice for Vera Omozuwa.
Following her gruesome rape and murder inside a church in the University of Benin, the popular man of God has offered to give the sum of N1m to anyone with useful information about the perpetrators of the crime.
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