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Men as victims of domestic violence: ‘I was paralyzed’

By Abiodun Ogundairo
03 November 2020   |   4:36 pm
When men become victims of domestic violence, they usually find it hard to seek help. They are ashamed to admit they are vulnerable and fear no one will believe them. Tami was one of them. Here is his story.

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