Ghanaian actress Juliet Ibrahim and Radio girl Toke Makinwa team up to address rape and it’s ills on society, including how it affects the victim.
Ibrahim shared a personal experience about how a cousin tried raping her when she was 15 in her home and how she managed to escape.
The 34 year old also mentioned sexual assault happening to her as a girl of about 8 or 10, on a different occasion
Watch the BBC Pidgin (Question Till Mouth Pain You) interview below.
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Toke Makinwa on the other hand revealed that at any point a lady says she’s no longer interested in sex, ‘No means No’.
Makinwa emphasized that no matter what a woman is wearing, it isn’t a yardstick for rapists to take advantage of them.