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Ime Bishop says Police Forcefully Having Sex with Sex Workers is Theft, not Rape

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Nollywood actor Ime Bishop has aired his views on the alleged rape of women described as sex workers by officers of the Nigeria Police Force in Abuja.

The actor, in his video on his Instagram, shared that there is a difference between rape and theft.

His argument is rested on the notion that sex workers have no self pride and dignity. He shared that rape is when a woman is forced to have sex, and her “self pride and dignity” is taken away.

For sex workers, he said, what the policemen have been accused of is theft, because they sell sex, and the sex was forcefully taken from them.

But the truth is this: Rape is Rape. It doesn’t matter what the victim does for a living. It’s that simple.

Listen to him speak:

7 Comments

  1. Ann

    May 16, 2019 at 1:11 am

    Total idiot!!! There is nothing funny about your statement.

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  2. Akonma

    May 16, 2019 at 4:26 pm

    Compound idiot. Go for a sensitivity and sex harassment training. Anunmanu!!!

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  3. Ayesha

    May 16, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    What a stupid man such illiteracy that’s why he’ll never grow, bastards someone please take instagram from him. I’m sure he’s a rapist sef, bastard

  4. Irene

    May 16, 2019 at 5:29 pm

    Ime, you are an UNAM IKOT! ASHAWO or NOT, every woman must make a choice as to whether or not she wants to have sex with a man just as the man has a choice too. If the decision is no for either of them, it is OVER! No sex! If anything happens after no, na rape. Mbok, I’m very disappointed in what Ime has said. Chai. When somebody offers one a contract, they have a right to accept or reject. Choice is a basic human right. Even God why create us, gave us free will. But it is only man that tries to force things on his fellow man. It is rape and it is pure evil regardless of whether we support their chosen profession or not.

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  5. GANNY OGUNSHAKIN

    May 16, 2019 at 6:47 pm

    I have to pass all the blames to the Nigerian government who continuously encourages members of our law enforcement agencies to maltreat. beat up, unlawfully arrest, harass, intimidate,lock up fellow Nigerians without charges and lie about the entire situation. Members of the Nigerian Police force get away with atrocities like these without any consequence what so ever.. Guilty until proven innocent as practiced by the Nigerian Police is the most archaic way of policing any where in the world. leading to the Suppression of the Constitutional rights of Nigerians

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  6. Facefront

    May 17, 2019 at 1:20 pm

    Ime’ ime, you’ve spoken like a typical Nigerian, i laughed even harder when I heard d police men actually used pure water sachets in place of condoms.how
    bad can it get, Nigeria is truely a bad place…

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  7. zoe

    May 17, 2019 at 2:36 pm

    His comment is disturbing, considering that he is a father to two beautiful daughters.

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