- Talented Nigerian singer, Teni Apata, recently took to social media to advocate for women to be in positions of power
- Teni said that there is nothing wrong with women being breadwinners and that they should also be put in leadership positions
- A fan disagreed with the singer saying that he cannot do house chores as a man among other things
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The world has greatly evolved from women being seen as only objects of submission to now being seen as powerful entities who can also run the world.
However, that is just a start as women are still largely seen as subjects by men. Well, Nigerian singer, Teni, took to social media via her Twitter page to speak against this.
According to the Billionaire crooner, there is nothing wrong in women being breadwinners.
Tweeting further, she said that women should be put in positions of power to get the change they need.
See her tweets below:
Well, Teni’s tweets were followed with series of mixed reactions as some men mentioned a few ladies who have been put in positions of power but also proved to be corrupt.
Uche Onyemobi tweeted: “Dieziani na woman, Kemi Adeosun na woman, Stella Oduah na woman, Aisha Falode na woman. Women too na scam”.
Another fan, Bolaji Yusuf, was more concerned about not doing house chores if women want to be breadwinners.
According to him, the issue is men doing house chores such as sweeping, cooking and cleaning.
Teni then asked Yusuf why he cannot cook or clean since he is not God. He replied that he had never seen his father doing housework and he prayed for God to make him a breadwinner so that he would not become a slave.
The singer then asked what school Yusuf attended and that he should ask for his fees to be refunded.
See their exchange below:
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