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Market Harassment Of Women In Nigeria by lisa301: 2:06pm On Jan 18
For women in Nigeria, a visit to the market can be a physical, mental and emotional struggle.
Women don’t just go to these big markets on a whim; because they could be touched, laughed at and even abused for protesting against the sexual slurs.

Kindly fill this survey and share your views regarding harassment of women in the markets -

https://docs.google.com/forms/u/1/d/e/1FAIpQLSeuqZCvjsg5ZojZdHL7WUyQCX1rOfifFIkb1ys7LEH-o-QtNA/formResponse

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