Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, the Minister of Women Affairs has apologised to all parties offended by her comments, following a leaked audio conversation credited to her over an alleged sexual harassment case at University of Calabar. THE GUARDIAN reports.InformationGuideNigeria
A statement released by Director of Press at the ministry, Olujimi Oyetomi, quoted the minister as saying: “I wish to express my sincere apologies to those who were offended by my comments and actions regarding the sexual harassment scandal at the University of Calabar.NYSC Portal
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This is extremely regrettable as my intentions were sincere and aligned with my consistent advocacy for the welfare of Nigerian women and the pursuit of justice.JAMB Portal
“I stand for all Nigerian women and I stand for justice; and it is my hope that we can work together to actualise the dream of a country where women’s rights are respected and protected, and where our daughters feel safe in institutions of learning.”JAMB Result
The apology came after civil society organisations, at the weekend, demanded she apologise for the comments, which they described as having grave “implications for the interest and protection of vulnerable women and children”.
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