The fight against sexual abuse and domestic violence gained more ground in Akure the Ondo state capital, as a group of young Nigerians marched through the streets of the town to create awareness.
The rally tagged " Say no to sexual and domestic violence rally" kicked off at the A Division area of the town, moving throughthe popular Oba Adesida road, and terminating at the Cathedral end of the road.
Carrying placards which had different inscriptions such as: "I am against sexual and domestic violence", "Rape kills, say no to rape", "There is no excuse for domestic violence", and many more, the members spoke with market women, drivers and passersby on the need to fight what has become a menace to the society.
A driver, Sarafa Adisa who spoke with SUNSHINE HERALD, gave his support to ending social and domestic violence. He, however, advised women not to dress in a provocative way that will make them susceptible to rape.