SESC Joins Campaign Against Rape, Donates 50,000 Naira to Women Journalists as Stimulus

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    Chairman of Super Eagles Supporters Club, Prince Vincent Okumagba has joined the growing list of reputable Nigerians kicking against the increasing wave of rape allegations and incidences in Nigeria.

    Okumagba who is in Canada on a special tour to mobilize Nigerians in diaspora to remain committed to the Super Eagles brand, said RAPE IS EVIL AND MUST BE CONDEMNED.

    “I am a man who believe in equal opportunity for all Nigerians. I am totally against gender inequality and I will do my little to fight this cancer that is threatening our existence.

    “The Super Eagles Supporters club consists of men and women of proven integrity and it is our duty to always encourage and motivate our members to act responsibly at all times. As men, we must always respect our women. We must show them love at all times. We must not hurt their emotions to destroy the bond. Rape is not an option. If you are in the mood, get a wife, if you cannot find a wife, zip up until you find one” he concluded.

    To further express his commitment towards encouraging Nigeria women, Prince Vincent Okumagba donated the sum of 50,000 naira to all female journalists on a whatsapp forum, Nigeria Sports Movement (NSM) as a token of his love and appreciation to them for remaining dedicated to their jobs in the face of all the frustrations posed by the many societal ills.

    Prince Okumagba will host the forum administrator, Senior Advocate of journalists (SAJ), Adewale Ajayi to a special dinner night in Ontario towards the end of July.

    The meeting will further strengthen relationship between SESC and NSM and confirm SAJ as the chairman, Super Eagles Supporters Club, supervising six provinces in Canada.

    This move has become even more necessary in the build-up to the 2026 FIFA World Cup to be jointly hosted by USA/CANADA AND MEXICO.

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