Women atrocities ignored

2017-06-22 06:01

Personally, I have nothing against women, but they should also take responsibility for their actions.

Take for instance the case of newborn babies being dumped in drains, and toilets, left there to die.

In the last few weeks, men have taken to the streets, calling for a stop to woman abuse and child deaths at the hands of other men.

But what are women doing about child abandonment and other forms of child murders perpetrated by women?

A mother carries a child for nine months, only to dump it after giving birth.

Most women even justify this dastardly action against newly born and defenceless children. Why give all kinds of excuses to an act of killing.

Men are called trash for their actions, but nobody says anything to women about their actions.

I’m calling on all women to fight this evil action side by side with men, newborns deserve better and life.

This is bad,this unaccepted.Women stand up for your name.

Malibongwe Manyonya Harare

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