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Nigeria: Names of Convicted Sex Offenders now on NAPTIP’s Register

[ – 6/8/20]

Remember how a petition was launched in March, urging the Nigerian government to implement a sex offenders registry (i.e rape, paedophilia, sexual harassment and assault)?

Well, the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) has now published names and photographs of some convicted sex offenders on the Nigeria Sex Offender Register.

The DG of NAPTIP, Dame Julie Okah-Donli, shared a list over the weekend via Twitter. She said the agency is determined to start naming and shaming all sex offenders, and more names of sex offenders would be published once they are convicted.

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You see, this is how hypocritical the world is. All of a sudden, people want to “fix” racism and be “kind and polite” to others, but they are STILL all in when it comes to listing people online to shame and scorn.

It’s all gas and no brakes!

What does Americans who “want to fix racism” have to do with Nigeria? Plus they started their registry back in March way before the current American uprisings.

Every society deals with sexual aggression, since the fertile plains beginning of man.
Inevitably, immediately upon discovering fire, man burned man! At which time the Feminist retort “man burned woman!.” And the Realists” reply: Man burned man because of woman.
Nigeria is in North Africa, but America had the idea first! They to figure it will have good effect. But what are the citizens of NG paying for their collective costs. Colonization collectivism and felonization all have similar a trait of embedded fixed ( unrecoverable) costs.
Now amp that by the speed of light, no, 5G a close enough equv. And that sum closely describes the FUBAR, advanced by the DOH!03 cases. Human liberty will never be the same. Neither will Nigerians.

It seems more like they are simply changing targets rather than fixing or updating their behaviors. We are the new target of course.

Posted the following on the comments section, though I doubt it’ll pass the moderator:

Why stop there? Why not post a disclaimer saying “If you see any of these people, kill them”? As shown in the US, isn’t that the point?

Would love your thoughts, please comment.x