90% of African men don’t see women as equals - BBNaija’s Omashola

90% of African men don’t see women as equals - BBNaija’s Omashola

- Omashola recently took to social media to speak on equality in Africa

- According to the 2019 BBNaija reality star, 90% of African men don't see women as their equals

- The reality star and brand influencer stated that it shows in their actions

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Feminism in Nigeria has for a long time now, remained a controversial topic. Just recently, reality star and brand influencer, Omashola spoke on equality in Africa.

According to the 2019 BBNaija ex-housemate, almost all African men do not see women as their equals and it shows in their actions.

In his words: "90% percent of African men don’t see women as equals , they might not say it , but you can tell from their actions."

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Only a while ago, Omoshola whose full name is Omashola Kola Oburoh, added his voice to the trending issue of marriage on social media, giving his perspective of what he thinks makes a good woman.

In a Twitter post he made on Saturday, May 9, Omashola said that a good woman would always give her man his phone whenever it rings and allow him some privacy when he is answering it. He then asked his followers to tag a good woman they know to the post.

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Meanwhile, contrary to the calls by prominent Nigerians for the inclusion of gender in the constitution, many male senators on Tuesday, March 10, voted to oppose it.

Premium Times reports that despite their opposition, the Senate resolved to ensure that gender equality would be a priority in the next constitutional amendment. Legit.ng gathered that during the debate on the matter, none of the male senators who voted against it spoke against the proposal.

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In other news, a Nigerian woman with the name Clara Chekwube has spoken about what is expected of a woman in marriage. In a post on the micro-messaging platform on Friday, May 8, she said the "no matter how modern the world gets", she will never believe she and her husband are mates.

Chekwube went further and said that there is always a hierarchy in marriage, adding that she believes as a traditional woman, her "husband is the head of the home.

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