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violences faites ala femme

dans lnautre ville précisement dans la commune de bagira un député y est réputédans la séquestraction dela femme,il prend comme concubine desmineurs qu il enferme chaque fois danssacloture cesmineurs ne sortent jamais .que lors que les grosmonsieur ne vent plus d,elles il les chassent comme des chiens.merçi mais amies.

English translation by PulseWire member MsCadet

In the other city, precisely the commune of Bagira, a deputy has a reputation of kidnapping women. He takes minors as concubines and he confines them each time in his fence. These minors never leave the house. As soon as he tires of them, he chases them out like dogs.

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MsCadet's picture

TRANSLATION

In the other city, precisely the commune of Bagira, a deputy has a reputation of kidnapping women. He takes minors as concubines and he confines them each time in his fence. These minors never leave the house. As soon as he tires of them, he chases them out like dogs.

Thank you my friends.

MsCadet's picture

Question

Apres que ce député a chassé les mineurs, qu'arrive d'elles? Y a t-il un secours pour ces filles?

Kara-Amena's picture

Tragic

It's always so sad when people abuse their power and authority. I hope there are people or agencies that can help the children who have been captured. Where is the justice?

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