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Faith Group From Nigeria & Kenya Promote Women’s Rights & End to GBV — Men Get Angry

Men are angry because they’re not included in ‘Men’s Rights’

TB Obwoge
3 min readDec 6, 2022

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Tuesday, 6 December 2022

By: Tb Obwoge

Church leaders came together to admit that they’ve failed to protect women from gender-based violence and attempt to promote gender equality. Men take to social media angry because it doesn’t include them. Statistically women are more times the victims of gender based violence and lack the same basic rights as men.

To millions of men this doesn’t matter they want the attention on them, which is why women have to beg for equal rights. This is why women have to beg for men to stop beating on them, every step men want the attention on themselves at all times.

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They converged to deliberate on ways of advancing women’s rights in faith communities.

Churches owned their failure to ‘decisively’ advocate gender equality and elimination of gender-based violence.

They reckoned that liberation of women is the first step to transforming the world, thus declaring to push for the advancement of their rights.

They reckoned that liberation of women is the first step to transforming the world, declaring to advance their rights.

In mainstreaming gender equality in their institutions, they will do away with interpretations likely to encourage GBV. “We will take concrete actions to make our places of worship and learning safe and inclusive spaces for all,” they stated.

Source: Nations Africa Kenya News Outlet

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TB Obwoge

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