Nigerian rapper MI Abaga speaks up for women, says patriarchy should be dismantled

Nigerian rapper MI Abaga speaks up for women, says patriarchy should be dismantled

- Talented Nigerian rapper, Jude Abaga aka MI, has taken to social media to speak against injustice women face in the society

- The former Chocolate City star reacted to the news that has been trending on social media about violence and assault women face

- According to him, patriarchy should be dismantled and women should be supported into positions of leadership

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The year 2020 has been a very tough one, particularly for women who have been victims of violence, assault and sexual abuse.

The Nigerian social media has been rent with news of these tragic happenings and some celebrities have lent their voice to the cause.

Talented Nigerian rapper, MI Abaga, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to lend his voice to the cause.

According to the Anoti crooner, while men listen to the truth during this time, they should also ensure equity in their environments and also dismantle patriarchy by supporting women into positions of leadership.

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He wrote: “And while we as men listen to truth in this period... let us remember it is not only about the change towards violence... it’s about ensuring that there is equity in your work places and schools.. it's about dismantling patriarchy by supporting women into positions of leadership..”

Tweeting further, MI said that it is about speaking the truth to men around us when they transgress and tearing down a system where men can perpetrate evil and get away with it.

In his words: “It’s about speaking truth to our brothers, fathers, sons when they transgress... We cannot change the world by just repainting it.. we must tear down the systems that support a society where men can wreak such evil”.

The rapper then advised men to commit to change after listening to women in society.

See his tweets below:

Interesting.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nollywood actress, Regina Daniels, took to social media to demand justice for two young ladies, Tina and Uwa, who were killed by bad men.

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Uwa was reportedly raped and killed in Benin after she went to study in a church while Tina was killed by trigger-happy policemen.

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