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‘Let’s save Togo’ female demonstrators str!p n ude in public

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Following
the declaration by Togolese women to go on sex strike to protest
indiscriminate arrest of demonstrators and to demand immediate
resignation of the president (Faure Gnassingbé), ladies have started
stripping themselves on major roads.

During a protest
by the opposition collective “Sauvons Le Togo” (“Let’s Save Togo”) on
August 28 in Togo’s capital Lome, several female demonstrators
spontaneously dropped their trousers in front of police forces to
provoke them, to the great amusement of fellow protesters, bystanders
and journalists.
Another demonstration is planned for next Thursday, where this time women have been openly invited to undress.

Although
there are indeed talks that this manner of protest brings curse on any
land that allows such practice in Africa, it is however clear whether
the new tactic aimed at getting supporting of the international
community for intervention can actually achieve its aim.

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Adebayo Folorunsho-Francis is a communicator, Journalist, blogger, business coach and, of course, a prolific writer. He has Dip (Journalism) and B.A. (History & International Relations) from the Lagos State University (LASU). The self-effacing young man has worked for national, regional and local newspapers. He had worked with THISDAY covered community news for ISLAND NEWS and corresponded with P.M. NEWS (evening tabloid). Presently, he is the editor of CITYPULSE MEDIA and senior correspondent of PHARMANEWS, West Africa foremost health and pharmaceutical journal.

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