- A Nigerian lady recently took to social media to address Nigerian men who speak on feminism
- Identified as Vashti Offo on Twitter, she stated that a Nigerian man should not engage her on issues of feminism if they don't earn up to N500k monthly
- Vashti stated that such men who earn below that amount are not worth wasting her time over
Vashti Offo recently gave Nigerians something to talk about after she took to the platform to address Nigerian men who try to engage her concerning gender inequality issues.
According to the UK-based feminist, if a Nigerian man doesn't earn up to N500k monthly then they're not qualified to engage her on issues bothering on feminism.
Vashti expressed that she had no interest in such men giving her their 'poverty stricken opinions' and therefore, wouldn't waste her time since they don't earn enough money and are not qualified enough.
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"You are a Nigerian guy and you don’t earn up to 500k every month (salaries, businesses) etc...please don’t engage me on issues about feminism or try to give me your poverty stricken opinions about me. YOU DONT EARN ENOUGH MONEY for me to be wasting my time . Keep it moving.
Again, before you as a Nigerian man tweets at me, ask yourself whether you are qualified enough. Do you make enough money? Are you worth my time? These are very important questions. I will not waste my time with broke misogynistic heifers," she tweeted.
See tweet below:
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Not so many people agreed with her and they stormed her comment section to lambaste her.fe
See some reactions below:
Only a month ago, Nigerian pastor, Kingsley Okonkwo, joined the feminism movement conversation and from the look of it, he is clearly not in support of gender equality.
Starting off the conversation by saying the way boys are raised is very different from girls as the boys need more direction, he went on to say male and female are not the same, claiming this is backed by scripture, science and statistics.
According to him, the feminism movement is backed by sentiments. Okonkwo described the movement as one influenced by Satan. According to him, the devil is using broken people who witnessed abuse or had absentee fathers, to push for gender equality.