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Lagos, Nigeria CNN In a sparsely decorated room in Nigeria's capital city of Abuja, seven women are seated in a row, their backs turned to the assembled media to remain anonymous. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. One after the other, the women recount horrific physical and sexual abuse they say they were subjected to following their arrests on April 27 by officers of a special task force that raided hotels and nightclubs in Abuja.
The 65 women who were arrested say they were beaten and harassed by officers, who forced them into their vans and drove them to the police station, their lawyers and NGOs told CNN.
The seven women in the video say they were sexually assaulted as well. They said the officers, part of a task force targeting prostitution, demanded bribes in return for some of the women's release.
Those who couldn't pay were forced to have sex with the officers, the women said during the media conference. The event was organized by activists calling for the officers involved in the raid to be arrested. Abuja police spokesman Gajere Tanimu said in a statement that the department is taking the rape allegations against the task force seriously and investigations are under way.
In all, 65 women were arrested by a task force comprising officers from the city's environment and social development agency and local police, Tanimu told CNN. How a social media movement against police brutality prompted government to act. Twenty-seven of them were arraigned and charged with prostitution, said their lawyer, Jennifer Ogbogu. The women said they were coerced into confessing and had no legal counsel at the time to contest the allegations against them, their lawyer said.