Royal baby’s announcement is downright sexist - Nigerian author Blossom Ozurumba

Royal baby’s announcement is downright sexist - Nigerian author Blossom Ozurumba

- A Nigerian author identified as Blossom Ozurumba has expressed her distaste for the royal baby's announcement

- According to her, the announcement was sexist

- Many people have reacted to her post, stating they see no problem with the announcement

Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how the Duke and Duchess of Sussex welcomed a baby boy. Prince Harry, the father of the newborn baby boy announced the news and also confirmed that both mother and the baby are doing fine.

While many people welcomed the news with great joy, a certain Nigerian author seems to have a problem with the way the news was announced. Identified as Blossom Ozurumba, the author said the announcement was sexist.

She wrote: "I am as overjoyed as their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex but I must not fail to express my view that I have the exact distaste for this announcement as I had for the "Mama Na Boy" TV commercial produced by MTN Nigeria Limited in 2003 which was downright sexist."

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Many Twitter users reacted to the post, more or less regarding her view as unnecessary and ridiculous.

See reactions below:

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In a very touching interview, the Duke announced to the press and the general public that his wife Meghan Markle and himself had just welcomed a baby boy. But he did not stop there.

He went on to appraise her and all other women in the world for doing 'what they do' in an incomprehensible, amazing manner.

As he made his exciting speech, he could not help but blush all over. He also promised to show off their bundle of joy in two days.

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