- Nicola Siyo has come out to state that women's right in Nigeria is non-existent
- Siyo who is Ubi Franklin's third baby mama, revealed she got slammed for stating what she believes is a fact
- She shared a screenshot of a report about the Senate voting against the addition of gender equality in the constitution, to prove her point
Nicola Siyo appears to have displeased a lot of Nigerians following her recent comment and subsequent post about gender inequality in Nigeria.
Siyo who is Nigerian businessman Ubi Franklin's third baby mama and former P.A, had earlier made a comment about women's right in Nigerian being non-existent.
As expected, many people slammed her for the statement. However, it appeared Siyo was not going to let trolls shut her up without proving her point.
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She later took to her Instagram page to share a screenshot of a news report about the Senate voting against the addition of gender equality in the constitution.
Sharing the post, she wrote:"SMH...the reality, and I can’t raise my opinion on this topic without being called names. ♀️♀️♀️♀️I’ve been contemplating whether I should post the comments under this blog post vs comments made under an article where I expressed my views regarding lack of Women’s rights and equality in a country I’ve lived in for two years. I rather not but the point is, change can only take place by engaging in honest conversations."
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Moving on to celebrities, Nigerian singer, Azeez Fashola, professionally know as Naira Marley, has been named Nigeria’s most-viewed artiste on YouTube, for the year 2019.
The American streaming giant disclosed this on Wednesday, March 11, in Lagos during the launch of YouTube Music and YouTube Premium, two digital services in Nigeria.
During the event, Marley spoke on the creative force behind the kind of songs he makes. He also opened up on how his love for Indian, Fuji, and Christian songs have inspired his music career.
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