The mission’s Women Affairs Secretary, Alhaja Suwebat Kupolati, disclosed this while speaking with journalists during the official opening of NASFAT Women’s Week at the Lagos Secretariat Mosque.
She said that women had the right to report to relevant authorities if they had been sexually assaulted.
According to her, the NASFAT 24-hour hotline to report sexual harassment is 07048115092.
Kupolati, therefore, urged women who were being sexually assaulted to speak out.
According to her, the theme of NASFAT Women’s Week is :’Muslimah: Striving and thriving in the midst of the pandemic’.
“Today we are celebrating the elders and the widows.
She added that about 400 persons who had been trained in various vocational skills would graduate during the weeklong programme. (NAN)