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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
Sometimes I ask myself if these things we do make real impact, but most of the time I remember the pure joy on the faces of these kids when we discuss otherwise uncomfortable topics and there lies my answer.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
It’s disastrous how much young male adults have been made to believe by the society that there’s an excuse for catcalling or harassing women. Well, today it was our duty to let them understand that there’s no justification for harassment.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Today, 6th December,2019, we were at Mafoni Liberty Junior Secondary school. Where we were warmly received by the school Principal Comr Yusuf Ibn Tom.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
Coolest principal ever 🙅🏽‍♀️💯
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
Silence only emboldens perpetrators to continue their heinous act. It’s important to us that we let these young adults understand the importance of breaking the culture of silence.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
And also spoke about the effect of victim blaming and how it propels rape culture.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
Got commitment from these fantastic young male adults to stop catcalling and harassing women. My contentment comes from things like this.
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U.S. Mission Nigeria Nov 30
Fakhrriyyah Hashim is pioneer of the Movement in Nigeria. Drawing inspiration from the global Movement, trended the conversation on sexual violence in Northern Nigeria.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
In conclusion, our bodies belong to us and no one else. Protect your body from invaders with every arm and ammunition at your disposal....
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Temmie Ovwasa 14h
Replying to @NorthNormalNG
The stand still rally and movement.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
It gives me so much joy to have honest conversations with young adults on sensitive subjects like sexual assault. It’s amazing how much they know and heart wrenching what they are subjected to go through as such young age.
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Remedios the Beauty 6h
Replying to @hassana_maina
My usual confidence booster goes everywhere with me but today most importantly we made the young adults we spoke to understand that catcalling girls is part of harassment and thus shouldn’t be normalized.
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SEGA L'éveilleur®🚨 Dec 3
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RFI English Dec 3
📻Nigeria’s Sultan of bans campaign rallies, while hundreds turnout for demonstrations in other northern states to denounce violence against women. Listen & read more 👇
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The Punch Newspapers Dec 1
People calling me lesbian to stop my fight against sexual abuse – Taheer, Sokoto Movement leader
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Town Crier Dec 4
With the & Movement Stoutly Challenging The Stigmatisation Of Sexual Abuse Victims & The Covert Protection Of Sexual Offenders, The Stage Is Set For A National Discourse On Sexual Harrassment In Setting The Framework For A New Policy Direction.
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Liberal News ME Dec 4
Nigeria’s Sultan of Sokoto bans campaign
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orientalnewsng Dec 5
Sultan Of Sokoto Places Ban On   Campaign 
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Abduljalal Musa Aliyu Nov 28
Do you wish to know why an average folk on fights and outrightly dismisses as a fraternity for lesbians and gays? Here, i put it down in simple stanzas. Forget the lies they constantly tell, most of them benefit from violence against women.
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Mada-Alago Spice Dec 5
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