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Frequencie Joins #EndRape Movement, Makes Demand

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Frequencie Joins #EndRape Movement, Makes Demand
Following the increasing rape cases across Nigeria, fast-rising  Afro Pop Star, Ayokanmi Oluwasegun Eyanro professionally known as Frequencie, has joined the movement against Rape and Sexual Violence by calling on the government to introduce a stiffer penalty for rapists.
NewsOne Nigeria reports that in a statement, Frequencie in a statement made available to journalists on Thursday said; the silence culture, intimidation and weaker laws are responsible for the alarming cases of rape in the country.
The fast-rising  Afro Pop Star urged parents and guardians to give proper sex education to their children irrespective of gender, saying female are not the only victims of rape as studies prove that male and people of same-sex have been sexually abused in the past.Frequencie Joins #EndRape Movement, Makes Demand
Frequencie, who is also a Social Justice Advocate, called on the government to review relevant laws to punish sexual offenders, adding that no rapist should go unpunished irrespective of their social status.
The Afro Pop Star, who recently released Afro Culture EP, however, cautioned that security agencies must thoroughly investigate the rape and sexual violence allegations, in order not to punish innocent persons or victim of blackmail.
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