Street Debate: How #ArewaMeToo shed light on sexual abuse in Nigeria
20 October 2019 | 5:58 pm
In early 2019, activists broke the silence on sexual abuse in northern Nigeria. DW’s youth program. The 77 Percent travelled to Abuja to discuss the issue and find out what role social media played.
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