Kenyans have reacted with mixed reactions after a tweep challenged them with a very cultivating question relating to sex and rape.
The tweep identified as Godwin Enakhena, wanted to know if a lady who willingly walked into an hotel room with a man and comes out later to complain of rape be taken serious.
Should a lady who willingly walked into an hotel room with a man and comes out later to complain of rape be taken seriously?
— Godwin Enakhena (@genakhena) October 1, 2018
Below are some of the mixed reactions he got from the tweeps.
Those who said it was not rape case
Should a man who gives his ATM card and pin to a lady and later comes to complain that she withdrew too much, be taken seriously.
— David Atta (@the_davidatta) October 1, 2018
How fairly can a court prove what took place ONLY in the presence of just 2 people? With both of them on different side of the account of what happened?
— Odun Tutu (@oduntutu) October 2, 2018
What constitutes consent? Isn't walking into a hotel room and taking or allowing your clothes to be taken off consent?
— Dennis Leary (@dlearyous2) October 3, 2018
On what platform was she there: for job creation or spiritual cleansing?
— oluwafemi (@phemmie04) October 1, 2018
Who said it was rape
Sir, on the surface, it looks quite damaging. But whatever happens to trust. An uncle who tricks his niece? A manager who deceived a very naive Secretary? Pastor with a trusting member?…….. Things happen!
— ADEMOLA ADELEYE (@adeleye_ademola) October 1, 2018
Am a Man and I have got a girlfriend, we do our things with consent. That she's your babe doesn't mean you should be having sex with her without her saying Yes.
— @Diplomatic Alicho (@Alicho77692610) October 2, 2018
Yes sir. The key element is CONSENT.Even while doing act the lady enjoys it but CONSENT was missing, it is rape
— Olamide (@OlamideJesu) October 1, 2018