Women were also afforded an opportunity to highlight their perspective on safety when roaming the street, and the role of constitution on women.
“I am disappointed how men of this country normalise to victimise women. I consider myself a victim to all men who are waiting to pounds on me. I don’t feel safe anymore and I am forced to live in a perpetual fear. The constitution is failing to protect us enough and we are calling to lawmakers to strengthen law on GBV cases and other related cases affect women”
“GBV is a nightmare to women at large. I am not safe because women are molested, raped and killed in inhuman manner every day. Men ought to comprehend that “NO” is a full sentence. We are on our own, unless they strengthen the law against the perpetrators and put harsh penalties measures.