- Three housewives have refused to have their samples taken for coronavirus screening
- The incident occurred near the palace of the Ona of Abaji, Alhaji Adamu Baba Yunusa
- The women refused on the ground that they were fasting
Residents of Abaji witnessed a mild drama on Monday, June 1, when three housewives refused to allow the COVID -19 response team to collect their samples.
Daily Trust reports that the three women, who were stopped to register their names for the exercise near the palace of the Ona of Abaji, Alhaji Adamu Baba Yunusa, refused to come forward for their samples to be taken after their registration.
They were reported to have refused it on the ground that they were fasting.
All efforts to convince them that taking of the samples does not affect their fasting fell on deaf ears as they left the venue.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that a Nigerian man was caught on camera molesting a lady in public transportation from Abuja to Akure, Ondo state.
A Twitter user with the handle @DanielFaithArts shared the video on the microblogging site, saying the incident happened to his sister.
He said his sister, who recorded the sexual assault, reported the man to a soldier, but the latter told her to keep quiet or be detained because the molester spoke to him in Hausa.
According to @DanielFaithArts, his sister screamed when she was being assaulted, but other passengers said she was overreacting, hence the video recording.
In the wake of Uwa’s death, a number of Nigerians have taken to social media to share their abuse stories while slamming detractors who always find ways to blame the victim.
In other news, a woman leader at the University of Benin has revealed that Vera Omozuwa intact before she was murdered at a Redeemed church in Edo state.
According to the women leader simply identified as Precious, Vera's father confirmed that she has not known a man before the hoodlums had their way with her and took her life.
Precious called on the authorities in the state to work harder in finding Vera's killers.
She stated that the 22-year-old could not open her eyes or even utter a word before she passed away.
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