In a candid and emotional interview on ABN TV’s “Crush Wednesday”, popular TV presenter Chinyere Umahi shed light on the often-overlooked issues of domestic violence and emotional abuse.

Umahi emphasized the fragility of emotions, particularly for women, and how constant criticism, insults, and name-calling can erode an individual’s self-esteem and leave deep emotional wounds.

Umahi also addressed the alarming rise of domestic violence, urging viewers to take action and support survivors.

“It’s something we all have to look into… everywhere you see a man hitting a woman, giving her wounds and all that. We have to talk about it, and everyone has to have knowledge about it,” she said.


The live broadcast sparked a nationwide conversation, with many calling for greater awareness, support, and action against domestic violence and emotional abuse.

The Nigerian government has announced plans to launch a nationwide campaign against domestic violence, including increased funding for support services and hotlines.

Community-led initiatives and support groups are also springing up across the country, with many calling for greater awareness and action against domestic violence. The United Nations and Amnesty International have praised Umahi’s efforts, calling for global action against domestic violence.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, seek help now. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 0800-111-222 or reach out to local support services. Let’s break the silence and create a safer Nigeria for all.

#BreakTheSilence #DomesticViolenceAwareness #SupportSurvivors



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