Men organise conference to teach women to be better females for N725,000

Men organise conference to teach women to be better females for N725,000

- A group of men has incurred the wrath of females worldwide

- The men have initiated an all-male convention which aims to teach women how to become better females

- Another bone of contention is the hefty ticket price at nearly N730,000

Sometimes fact is indeed stranger than fiction. A group of men has come up with a controversial idea to address some of the ills plaguing society today.

As a way to combat the high rate of divorce and single parent homes, the all-male team decided to organise conventions to 'make women great again'.

Via the 22 convention Facebook page, the group describes feminism as the ultimate supremacist movement and a huge threat to society as a whole.

It's hard to believe, but the group claims that women attending the conventions will increase their femininity by 500% and be in a position to have an unlimited number of babies.

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The all-male team started their work in America, but have seemingly grown to spread the gospel through Europe as well. gathered that the controversial initiative has left many females fuming. Many social media users have hurled insults at the team via their Facebook page.

A female blogger revealed that she received an invite to attend the convention and shared an irate, but comical response in a short video.

As if things weren't strange enough, the estimated cost per ticket amounts to nearly N730,000.

Nawa o. Things are really happening.

In other news, reported that a lady who had preached against premarital intimacy was caught booking hotel appointment with Twitter user.

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