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"Rape, Consent, and Nigerian Jollof Rice" Watch video against gender-based violence

"If you can understand how absurd it is to force people to eat Jollof rice when they don't want to, then how difficult is it to understand when someone says NO to sex.

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ID Africa has premiered a PSA on rape in support of the just concluded 16 days of activism against gender-based violence.

There is never really an easy way to tell the story of rape, whether from the perspective of the abused, the guilty, law enforcement or even as a concerned member of society. It’s particularly more difficult in a society like Nigeria, where many still see rape as mostly the fault of the victim.


A Lagos-based digital marketing and creative content agency, ID Africa, has added its voice to the global campaign against sexual abuse by releasing a set of animated videos using storytelling techniques to engage Nigerian audiences.

The video was released right on time for the UN's 16 days of activism, a global campaign that commenced on November 25 (Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women.)and ended on December 10, 2015.

Watch clip below;

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