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Support a Great Cause! Attend Nigerian Mums Netwalking Against Violence Towards Women & Children │ December 12th



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With news of mindless incidents of violence perpetrated against women and children increasing everyday, and in the wake of the senseless, police related killings of two mothers, Beauty Macloed and Idongesit Udo, Motherhood In-Style magazine felt the urgent need to do something.

Inspired by the premise that the lives of women and children matter, the publication decided to organise the Mums Netwalking event, as a way to  join voices and stand strong,to protect the vulnerable.

During the event, the organisers will be highlighting the two aforementioned cases of Macloed, mother of Nigerian Junior Tennis Champion, Angel Macloed and mother of four, Idongesit Udo and seeking justice for their families. The organisers believe that Impunity cannot be allowed to became a mainstay in our country, and they refuse accept it as the norm.

Signatures will be collected at registration for the petition that they will be presenting to the Federal Government of Nigeria regarding these cases.

It is time to unite against violence towards women and children.

Date: Saturday, December 12th
Time: 7 AM
Venue: Fantasyland, 11 Bayo Kuku Road, Ikoyi Lagos


BellaNaija is a media partner with Motherhood In-Style Magazine


  1. Alpha Male

    December 9, 2015 at 10:38 am

    Support a Great Cause!
    Attend Nigerian Mums Netwalking Against Violent Nigerian Dads.

  2. joselyn

    December 9, 2015 at 12:21 pm

    Wow…….This is really good.I am indeed happy that people feel the way i feel too about this. It is indeed a wonderful thing and i support you,even if i cant be there…i stay in Abuja and its happening in Lagos. If only i can transport myself for his, i would be grateful…A shout out to the organizers, u all doing well….This shows Nigeria is ready to hug universality just by welcoming equality….

  3. tipsy zamani

    December 9, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    Would definitely be coming out to join the #MumsNetWalking
    #endrape #endchildabuse #endviolenceagainstwomenandchildren
    Nice one MIS

  4. NK

    December 9, 2015 at 1:01 pm

    it’s high time we did something about the lack of justice for rape victims.. nice one

  5. Natu

    December 9, 2015 at 1:12 pm

    The answer to this issue is really simple. Teach young girls to love and respect themselves. Teach them to be selfish. Selfish with their time, hearts, bodies, emotions among others. Teach them to be ambitious and dream big. Lastly, teach them to be confident!!! A woman that possesses all these qualities ain’t scared to walk out of any stupid relationship. I have a dream that the African woman will one day achieve all these attributes.

  6. Iredotp

    December 9, 2015 at 1:23 pm

    I am against domestic violence in all its forms! Let’s walk to say ‘No’ to the mindless assault of the vulnerable women and children of Nigeria. Stop Rape. Stop Hitting Women.

  7. Diary of a naija mom

    December 9, 2015 at 4:20 pm

    Say no to domestic violence! Let’s stay united and walk against it.

  8. Ifeoma

    December 10, 2015 at 8:22 am

    I wonder where all the women who are silently suffering abuse are. They won’t come out now to support this cause. Let them stay there and be praying without action. Nigerians love to suffer and smile. I will be there.

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