Mrs Uju Kennedy-Ohanenye, Minister of Women Affaire, says she laments the comment credited to her in a viral video concerning the sexual badgering outrage at the College of Calabar (UNICAL) in Cross Stream.
The statement comes as a reaction to later open discourses and responses by concerned Nigerians with respect to the unfurling circumstance at the institution including Prof. Cyril Ndifon, Dignitary of the Staff of Law and the sexual badgering affirmations against him.
Kennedy-Ohanenye, in a explanation issued to writers on Sunday in Abuja, repeated her commitment to equity, shielding and progressing the rights and welfare of Nigerian ladies, counting the interest of equity at whatever point their rights were damaged.
She emphasized her immovable devotion to maintaining due tirelessness and the run the show of law, recognizing that equity and reasonableness were the elemental standards upon which impartial social orders were built.
“I wish to precise my earnest statements of regret to those who were annoyed by my comments and activities with respect to the sexual harassment scandal at the College of Calabar.
” Typically amazingly lamentable, as my eagerly were true and adjusted with my reliable backing for the welfare of Nigerian ladies and the interest of equity.
“I stand for all Nigerian ladies, and I stand for equity, and I trust that able to work together to actualize the dream of a nation where women’s rights are regarded and secured and where our girls feel secure in educate of learning,” she said.