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Nude Protests: Your Desperation Has Debased Women - Group To PDP, Obi

The Non Indigene Women Movement For A A Sule a political pressure group which is in support of the Nasarawa State governor has condemned the nude display of some women in the state who protested the outcome of the March 18th Governorship and State House of Assembly elections. 

The group described the nude protest as a desperate move from the opposition Peoples Democratic Party PDP to debase women in the state to achieve their warped political ambition.

The group described the display as a shame on women which must be condemned and not encouraged in anyway. 

The group picked holes in the rationalisation of the nude display by the Presidential candidate of the Labour Party Peter Obi describing his stance as a reflection of his craze for attention and his opportunistic tendency of playing to the gallery. 

The statement of the group which was signed by its coordinator Barr. Mrs. Ogbu Francisca called on women not to cheapen themselves through such despicable way for politicians especially the ones who will only identify themselves during electioneering periods. 

The statement said the elections has been hailed by various stakeholders and observer groups as meeting the acceptable standards expected of the conduct of elections in modern societies.

"The resort to such debasing and condemnable conduct as witnessed by some women recently does not nullify the process or implies that their position is right. 

There are channels to contest elections which definitely does not include such an embarrassing scene witnessed in Nasarawa State and any politician promoting or supporting such a charade should hide himself in shame because they are the real enemies of the people" the statement added.