Adunni Ade Cries Out For Justice For Uwa Omozuwa And For All – “Stop The Oppressing Of Your People”
Nigerians are not happy people at the moment and they are using social media to express themselves. Adunni Ade has taken to her Instagram page to cry out for justice for Uwa Omozuwa, George Floyd who died after a Minneapolis police officer pinned him to the ground and put his knee on the man’s neck for about eight minutes.
Adunni Ade wants the oppression all in the name of power to stop. She wrote;
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. There is no justification for acts of injustice. Enough is enough!
Stop the oppressing of your people all in the name of power. Do what is right and protect your people.
Justice for Uwa
Justice for Tina
Justice for the innocent Lives killed in Kaduna.
Justice for The Blacks in the US.
Justice for All
We’ve gotta do better people!
We have got to do better!
See the post below.
In other news, while reacting to Uwa’s death, singer Djinee says our parents have failed woefully in the raising of the male child. He wrote:
“Uwa’s story breaks me. We all have to admit that our parents have failed woefully in the raising of the male child. Concentrating too much on the conduct of the female child when it’s actually the males who have the higher propensity to do evil! #JusticeForUwa
When rape happens especially when it is as vicious as this, I ask myself that how has parenting/upbringing played its part to encourage the act?
We have to understand how a system (be it parenting, legal, cultural or societal) increases the TENDENCY of a crime happening to a particular gender, race, ethnicity or religious belief more than the other(s). Most times you’ll find your root cause there.
I’m sorry. I have sisters and cousins and I fear for them daily. One of my sisters was the reason I moved to a secure gated community after an incident, costing me ×5 in expenses. Even at that, I still worry.
Today it is Uwa. Y’day it was someone else. 2moro it might be som1 we know. A friend who was gangraped in the past is living with HIV today. There is no way Uwa’s sad incident won’t bring up the fact that our women are an endangered gender. You cant isolate crime from culture.
The whistles, cat calls & groping in some cases. We saw this even as teenagers in secondary schools. Boys just being boys. Let’s be honest we weren’t told to rape. Majority of us weren’t told “DO NOT GROPE, MAKE CAT CALLS LET ALONE RAPE”.
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Parents Failed Woefully Raising The Male Child – Singer Djinee
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