Following the illicit confinement of certain ladies, whom the police labeled as whores, by cops after an attack on an Abuja night club, there has been an uprising of female activists and women's activists alike, chiding such capture.
Nollywood on-screen character Nse Ikpe-Etim has additionally denounced the supposed inappropriate behavior of the ladies, while they were in police guardianship.
She unveiled this on Saturday amid an occasion she facilitated with her fans at the occasion, labeled, 'Discussion with Nse' which occurred in Lekki, Lagos.
As indicated by The Nation, while relating on the occurrence, the on-screen character said that, "Being a whore isn't a wrongdoing. It is work they picked."
The Federal Capital Territory Police Command said it will test the charges of rape against its men and rebuff those discovered failing.
On April 27, policemen appended to the FCTA Joint Task Team captured 34 female strippers at Caramelo night club in Abuja and marked them as whores. Around 70 other ladies were captured in different clubs. Summoned under the steady gaze of a portable court, the ladies were allowed abandon April 29.
The ladies affirmed some policemen coerced them, beat them and explicitly attacked them after they captured and kept at Utako Police Division between April 26 April 29, 2019. They additionally blamed the policemen for discharging the individuals who paid off them with cash.