According to chaosafrica, authorities in Rwanda have arrested and charged four girls for posting nude photos on social media.
The four-posted photos on Instagram, practice authorities claim is against Rwandan culture. The Police’s investigations bureau on Friday paraded the four suspects and said they could face up to 2 years behind bars, and a fine.
The women confessed that by the time they posted the images, they were drunk. They regretted their actions. ‘Besides, it wasn’t an s3xual act in itself, and it was just naked. I felt embarrassed the following day, and I apologize to the Rwandan people,’ one of the suspects said.
However, according to Info Xclusive Media interim spokeswoman Dominique Bahorera, the women are believed to have been paid to strip naked by an unknown person, with the intent of selling the content.
It is quite common and essential in Rwanda to talk about woman s3xual pleasure. There is a traditional s3xual practice of Kunyaza, which has a reputation for facilitating female orgasms and ejaculation.
When it comes to nude or s3xual pictures, women have to be put behind bars. Is it sarcastic in this country where gender equality in politics regularly tops international league tables? No! Things should not be like this. Rwanda must keep its tradition. What happened in the room should stay in the room. To preserve culture, people have to be careful in the way they try to imitate everything they see in the western media. People cannot claim their sovereignty while at the same time, continue to pollute traditional norms that define common decency amongst young people.