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Nigerians Drag Okon Lagos for Defending Cops who Molested Women Arrested in Abuja Night Clubs

Ime Bishop

Nigerian Actor, Imeh Bishop is not having it easy with his fellow countrymen after he went on social media to defend policemen who demanded sex for bail from some of the women they arrested in Abuja night clubs for alleged prostitution.

For Imeh, who came into limelight through the ‘Okon Lagos’ movie, does not agree the women were raped by the policemen who arrested them, but the officers only “stole their product” from them and didn’t pay up, because ‘ashawo no get pride and dignity’.

He said on Instagram:

“There is a campaign going on on social media. Women, they go around, they do protest that police in Abuja they go and arrest commercial sex workers, that’s ashawo, and then they rape them.

“Well, that is a wrong charge. The charge should not be rape because there’s a difference between rape and stealing.”

“For rape now, na to just go… you go to have sex and collect by force, and take away their dignity and self pride wey ashawo no get.”

“Ashawo no get self pride and dignity.”

“So what happened there actually is stealing because those police now, if and only if they really went and forcefilly collect… and steal wetin this ashawo dey sell and they no pay money and they just waka and go away like that. So, that is stealing of their product and merchandise.”


Read below some of the comments made by Nigerians on Twitter:





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