Barrister Dorothy Njemanze, an actress and an on-air personality and three other women were illegally abducted, humiliated and sexually assaulted sexually and detained unlawfully by the Abuja Environmental Protection Board between (AEPB) between 2012 and 2013.
The four women were arrested and accused of prostitution by the government agency.
Dorothy Njemnaze took the matter to court and won her landmark case against the federal republic of Nigeria at ECOWAS.
The landmark ruling of the court awarded Njamanze and three others 18 million Naira against the federal government.
In this interview, Njamanze sits with Tolulope Adeleru-Blaogun to narrate her story.