Licky Is Living In Fear

This follows after two men recently came to her place and she was afraid of opening for them

By  | Oct 28, 2020, 09:42 AM  | Emulo "Licky" Kgomotso  | Drama

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Award-winning RnB star, Emulo "Licky" Kgomotso, is living in fear following the increase in the number of atrocious Gender-Based Violence and Human Trafficking incidents directed to women across the country and the globe.

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It is no secret that Botswana has been one of the countries that have been fighting the scourges of gender-based violence and human trafficking for the longest time now, that is gripping the whole world, and many celebs have been using their social media accounts to create awareness with regards to these crimes.

Since the year had begun, there have been reports of women and children going missing across the country and more cases of women being murdered and raped, and it is really concerning.

In a series of tweets, Licky said two men came to her place to do the garden but, she feared opening for them inside her house because she thought she might get killed or raped along with her daughter.

"Yesterday, some 2 men came over to fix the gardening. I was home with just my daughter. I found myself locking all the doors and preparing to reach for the panic button. My mind told me we could get raped and killed,"

She said although she seems like good people, she just feared them "I mean, they seem like nice people. But what are we gonna do? I gave them cold water through the window, used COVID as an excuse but on the real, I feared them more. Woke up from a nightmare where they had abducted my daughter"

In closing, she said that they live in fear of the men who are supposed to protect them.

Another celeb who recently aired her frustration about the issues of Gender-Based Violence and Human Trafficking is Bonang Matheba. This follows after the Minister of Police in the country Bheki Cele and MEC Faith Mazibuko raided a high-end nightclub in Sandton.

The back door club was breaking the lockdown rules and allegedly failed to produce a liquor license. Bonang said they should keep the same energy on GBV and the MEC silenced her.

Faith Mazibuko coyly responded to her tweet.

"Police must raid more of these elite clubs. I like what I see on twitter today.

The consistent voices against GBVF have been augmented by voices of young women with millions of followers on social media. The message against GBVF has reached many because of a raid at Blackdoor."
Image cred: Instagram @Licky_bw
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