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Nigerian Women protest, demand just for burnt PDP Women leader

By TVC News Nigeria
02 December 2019   |   2:35 pm
Nigerian women have called on the federal government to declare a state of emergency on Violence Against Women in the country. They said the murder of PDP Women Leader, Salome Abuh, in Lokoja, Kogi state brings to the fore, the dangers women face and experience in their day to day life.

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