Quote (InsaneBobb @ Sep 21 2020 12:10pm)
Wait, so the fact that only 409 cases have been reported since 2019 is unimportant?
If the police are all rapists in this 6.1 million person nation in Nigeria, and therefore rapes simply aren't going to be reported, then what use is the law?
And "so many of them"... Only 409 cases of rape/sexual assault reported since 2019. So they have so much on the court docket that something they deem worth of minimum castration, maximum castration then capital punishment doesn't even merit trial?
You're hurting your case, you're hurting your attempt to show your superior reading abilities, and failing to make any point at all, other than that you yourself can't read. Even in UNICEFs numbers nothing was stated about half of women being raped. That was specifically that telegraph article's claim, not borne out either by conviction, reports, or even polling by UNICEF.
no it's important because it shows how corrupt the courts are and how hopeless the people are, NOT because it can be used to guage total rapes. and i didnt say all cops are all the rapists.
you keep doing this thing idiots do, misreading something and going on a paragraph tangent. you also seem overly connected to math you're not equipped mentally to work out.
read more you idiot:https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-52889965
In Nigeria, it is not uncommon for rape to go unreported.
Some victims and their families, fearing stigmatisation, police extortion and a lack of trust in the judicial process, choose not to report cases to the authorities
Police accused of raping women
In 2019 in the capital Abuja, some women who were arrested during a police raid accused officers of raping them.
They said the police accused them of being sex workers and while they were at the police station, they were repeatedly raped by officers.
duh duh duh duh duh
complains pard is all about Trump, doesnt know shit about africa. shocker!