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To which, the valid point is made: ‘While you are so busy telling women to be cautious, why not tell men not to rape?
’ The video then goes through all the places where people get raped – in their homes, their bedrooms, at work…’other places where they felt safe’.
But Ghana’s gender minister, Otiko Djaba, still doesn’t get it.
Last month, she told high school girls that wearing short dresses wasn’t advisable because it ‘can attract someone who would want to rape or defile you’.
Some of the most popular traditional apps addressed the locally relevant “needs” of African society.