Just as domestic abuse usually starts in a subtle way for example little pushes, at times a some what hard slap with ruffled apologies. The same way is how corrupt rulers reign over sub-Saharan-Africa. They usually come to power at democratic times and at other times un-democratic. After all the the fanfare their true colors start to reveal itself. As domestic violence victims wonder if they are at fault with their oppressors, so Africans wonder…"Our Rulers and ‘Domestic Violence’ Patterns"
There was the Ugandan minister who defended Molesting girls as “natural”, echoing a similar attitude among Nigerian lawmakers. In Somalia, a court sentenced an alleged molest victim to jail without bringing the accused men to court. This spring, Mozambique could pass a law that would allow rapists to go free if they marry their victims. And women in Egypt have reported a resurgence in notorious “virginity tests” while in police custody. For those who follow…"African Women Making Progress In Battle For Equal Rights"