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Ghanaians response to Otiko Djaba’s call to women to stop attracting rapist with short skirts

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Ghanaians response to Otiko Djaba’s call to women to stop attracting rapist with short skirts

The Minister for Gender and Social Protection, Otiko Afisa Djaba, seems to making making bad news for sometime now with her utterances.

She recently called the minister called albinos disable and even went further to describe  Mr. Mustapha Hamid the minister for information as an albino who has been accepted by Ghanaians.

“In some places, persons with albinism are not supposed to even operate but our minister for information, Mr. Mustapha Hamid is an albino” Hon Otiko Afisa Djaba said

Over the weekend, Hon Otiko Djaba urged girls not to “attract” rape by wearing provocative clothing to the outrage of some Ghanaians.

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During her opening address as the Co-Chairperson at the 90th anniversary and Speech and prize giving day for Krobo Girls Presbyterian Senior School, Madam Djaba intimated that girls’ wearing short dresses could attract a rapist.

“In conclusion, I want to say to you, be bold, be confident, be respectful. If you wear a short dress, it’s fashionable but, know that it can attract somebody who would want to rape or defile you. You must be responsible for the choices you make,” she said.

Madam Djaba also had some words for teachers who sexually assaulted girls saying

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“…it is an abuse of their rights and you are their role model you must not be the one to abuse the rights of the young girls,” she stated.

But her correlation between rape and girls’ dressing rubbed some Ghanaians the wrong way with many taking to social media to express their displeasure with the Gender Minister with a number of them questioning her logic and others accusing her of victim blaming and shaming.

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Some have called on the president to remove her from her position as her comments suggest women are responsible for preventing rape, which they consider a crime borne out of violence and power.

Some angered Ghanaians said

Her delay in condemning the violent sexual attack on a woman suspected in Kumasi also angered many.

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