A young man named Madubueze Izuchuckwu has taken his own life after a certain lady accused him of sexual assault and added him to a ‘register of rapists’ on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter.
According to a Twitter user who narrated the incident through his handle @KhalidOshoke, the deceased was accused and added to the register by a lady named Nani @nanichianese, whose account has now been deactivated.
Khalid Oshoke stated that the young man pleaded with the curator of the register to tell him who his accuser was but she refused.
Someone was accused of nonphysical sexual assault and added to a list of rapists.
The young man pleaded with the curator of said list to tell him who his accuser was, the curator refused.
The young man has committed suicide and the curator has locked her account.
— OSHOKE! (@KhalidOshoke) July 19, 2020
He went on to share screenshots of how the deceased’s attempted to address the situation and clear his name of any charge.
— OSHOKE! (@KhalidOshoke) July 19, 2020
Before he passed, Izu reached out to Nani asking to know who he harassed but she refused to tell him.
She only claimed the accuser wanted to remain anonymous and that the alleged victim said it was a ‘non physical sexual assault’.
Izu revealed that he made several attempts to clear his name and get more clarity on the matter but his effort was futile.
Izu later sent an apology message to Nani, who is the middleman between him and the alleged victim. He however stated that he is not still aware of what his offence was or who he assaulted.
Izu eventually took his life after which Nani deactivated her account when his death was made public.
According to unconfirmed reports, Nani and the alleged victim falsely accused him of sexual assault after he turned down one of their friends.
Many Nigerians are now demanding justice for the deceased who was falsely accused of sexual assault.
See some reactions below;
Rape has become a weapon women and misandrists are using on Men whom they had a fall out with to get back at them and even if you prove the Accusation is false there’s always a dent on your image.
Let there be a lawful prison sentence for False accusers!
— DANNY 👑 (@Danny_Walterr) July 20, 2020
I have been falsely accused without anyone supporting me , with everyone I trust against me . False accusations pierce the soul and not everyone can stand the stigma , the instant trauma & pain . False Rape accusers should not go unpunished, it shouldn’t be bants .#JusticeforIZU
— Volqx (@volqx) July 20, 2020
Suicide is never an option.
I’m so sorry to everyone who has been falsely accused, i hope you find the strength to move on and most importantly get justice 🙏
— Sally Suleiman (@is_salsu) July 20, 2020
— ROUVAFE ✈️⛵️🏖🏔 (@IamRouvafe) July 20, 2020
Most Nigerian women are oppprtunists, give them small platform to do the right thing and watch them abuse and take advantage of it to push their evil agenda, Nani has bloods in her hands, she should be used as sacrificial lamb for the rest of her likes out there #JusticeforIZU
— OMOTAYO Of Lagos 🇳🇬 (@Tee_Classiquem1) July 20, 2020
#MeToo in the hand of a woke twitter feminist is a weapon of mass destruction. Those ladies are on a mission to revenge their deep-seated emotional wounds that can’t be discussed in public.
May you not be their next victim. #JusticeforIZU
— Ayemojubar (@ayemojubar) July 20, 2020
“If I tell everyone you raped me, they will believe me” is probably a thought that runs through false rape accusers’ mind.
lmaoo Aunty, if you try that shit near a sibling of mine and he eventually commits suicide, We’ll find you and make sure you join him ASAP! #JusticeforIZU
— ❤💙Rock™ (@staconzy16) July 20, 2020
One false accusation was all it took,and the TL became a pack of wolves and #JusticeforIZU became the prey..
Exodus 23:1 “You must not pass along false rumors. You must not cooperate with evil people by lying on the witness stand.#JusticeforIZU
— GàLìLéo🇳🇬🇬🇭 (@Lucasscot_101) July 20, 2020
— anita_vams (@a__vanita) July 19, 2020
Teach women to stop weaponising rape.
Teach women that It’s ok to be rejected by men.
Teach women to respect the choices of men when it comes to who they date.
It’s almost impossible to fight accusations once they’ve been made, and today we saw its dark side. #JusticeForIzu
— Harri Obi ™ (@Harri_Obi) July 19, 2020
If you are going to accuse someone of rape, DO NOT DO IT ANONYMOUSLY!
Tell the rapist he/she is a rapist with your chest. If you are right, you’ll get justice.
Rape is too big a crime. #JusticeforIZU
— Your Daddy (@ToyosiGodwin) July 19, 2020