Nigerian Female rapper, Modupe Oreoluwa Oyeyemi Ola, professionally known as Mo Cheddah has developed the role of a motivator and activist via a post on her Instagram account. She is one of the most successful female rappers and singers in Nigeria.
Ugly incidence of rape that keeps rolling in the mind Nigerians on daily basis has tempted notable individuals in Nigeria to raise voice for the voiceless. She always likes to share her thoughts in every means available and now she has reacted to the rape experiences in Nigeria.
She said via her post on Instagram: "We must send a message across the world that there is no disgrace in being a survivor of sexual violence_ the same is on the aggressor. Stop victim shaming. Stop being a rape apologist". She encouraged rape victims not to be depressed with the ordeals that it is not a shame to be a survivor but the shame should be placed on the aggressor or offender.
Her post on Instagram.
Being a survivor of sexual violence is not a reason to be depressed because some victims have died in the process.
Below are pictures of the motivational speaker.
All photos are credited to Instagram.
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