Nigeria’s National Assembly security men harasses female journalist over indecent outfit
11 March 2020 | 2:03 pm
A Nigerian journalist took to Twitter to recount how she was denied access to the National Assembly on Monday while trying to cover the public hearing on the controversial Social Media Bill because of her outfit.
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