“We have a culture of silence when it comes to rape. Since Linda Ikeji reported this, where are the celebrities both music, fashion and film who can leverage the power of their status and their large fan base, which includes women, to tweet or put up one liner facebook status messages saying “the rape of the Abia state female student is unacceptable and I demand the government must do something about it!?” Where is our Genevieve Nnaji, D’Banj, P-Square, Don Jazzy and all other hosts of top musicians, actors and comedians to take a stance?
Are Nigerian men cowards? Do we have cowards for boyfriends, husbands, fathers and brothers? Where are they? What do they have to say about this? What are they doing?
How many Nigerians do we have on Facebook? Where are they to set Facebook ablaze and speak and demand an criminal punishment against this?
Where are the political commentators that always have something to say and remind us of how bad Jonathan Goodluck’s administration is and how things need to be fixed. They seem too quiet for the atrocious human violation committed against our daughters, sisters, mothers, grandmothers and babies. . .” Full story on Africa Music Law.com