Nigerian writer says women are each other's enemies, not men

Nigerian writer says women are each other's enemies, not men

- A Nigerian writer has taken to social media to explain why women are their own enemies

- Identified as @Grace_Undiluted on Twitter, she stated in a series of tweets the many ways women tear each other down

- She went on to advise women to fix this issue as men are not their enemies but themselves

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A Nigerian writer identified as @Grace_Undiluted on Twitter, recently took to the micro-blogging platform to write about how women are their own greatest enemy.

In a series of tweets, she explained how women are often the ones who try to tear each other down using the popular mother/daughter-in-law relationship as an example.

"A woman's greatest enemy is not a man, not the devil, not poverty. The enemy of a woman is a woman. Have you ever seen a father in law dragging the front seat of his son's car with his daughter-inlaw? No, it's always the mother in law who is also a wife and a daughter inlaw."

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She continued: "And definitely won't accept the same treatment from her own mother inlaw. she is a woman. The side chick that is sleeping around with married men, knowing fully well that it is capable of destroying another woman's home is a woman. If a marriage fails, the majority of people that will blame the wife, call her names for not keeping her home are women.

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@Grace_Undiluted went on to accuse women of being responsible for pushing negative standards in the society.

She then advise women to stop fighting men as women are the ones pulling each other down. According to her, the issue needs to be dealt with internally as women need to stop pulling each other down and start supporting one another.

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