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Violence Against Men, Mnombo Madyibi and The VAPP Bill

Quite some fuss has been on about this man in picture MnomboMadyibi who was allegedly hit with a bottle of wine and also suffered attempted suffocation using a red and white teddy bear. But as expected it did not get as much attention like if the switch was fixed (the experience being that of the woman).

We must know that if men keep being treated like non humans, even the violence against women we usually fight for, will only increase astronomically, since after all a woman must live and find her fulfilled being married to a man or at least living and being in relationships with them.

To think that the woman in question was his bride and the incident took place during their honeymoon speaks volume and is very sad. And what was his offence again? That God blessed him with a bulky pe**s, are you kidding? (What some women can exchange anything to have) Lol

We know that any woman can accommodate any size (after all babies come from there) and so I think something must have unsettled the woman to put her husband through such terror in a honeymoon.
Many times, we overlook violence against men and this is inappropriate. We (at JCB) condemn this act even though it happened in South Africa.

In Nigeria, there is a warning to those women who molest men either their husbands, house boys, drivers, boyfriends and even sons…you must know that the Violence Against Persons Prohibition (VAPP) bill is effective, and even while it awaits being domesticated in states, it will surely be. Right now, the FCT is where it is operational. Download this bill now law and read its provisions to guide your actions. It was signed into law in May 2015 inNigeria.


Meanwhile, since the SA couple have chosen counselling over Police prosecution, we hope the bride will stay away from hurting men in as much as we hope that men respect women and not raise a finger on us, no matter what we do or say.

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