- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to speak on the roles of women in society
- Identified as Mazi Uju Nwokoria, he stated that women are supposed to bear and raise children, not pursue a carer or struggle to be wealthy
- According to him, women who neglect their 'natural' role may turn out unhappy
Despite the continuous fight for gender equality in Nigeria, there are people who believe women belong in certain roles that are not to be neglected. One of such persons is a Europe-based Nigerian man.
Identified as Mazi Uju Nwokoria, he left some jaws hanging and some impressed with his logic after he took to Facebook to share his thoughts about women's roles.
According to him, the major role of women is to bear and raise children. According to him, it is not to pursue a career or try to be wealthy. Nwokoria added that women who do such are likely to be unhappy.
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He wrote: "The major role of women in the society is to bear and raise children. It is not to pursue career or struggle to be wealthy. A woman who neglects this natural role may turn out unhappy."
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Meanwhile, Nigerian pastor, Kingsley Okonkwo, has 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.
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In other news, Nigerian singer, Samklef, recently took to his social media page to speak on feminism particularly the advent of it in the country.
According to the music star, feminism cannot work in Nigeria. Explaining further, he said that many of these social media feminists go abroad and come back to ‘confuse good women’.
The singer also challenged feminists that if they are really serious about their cause, they should start from northern Nigeria where little girls are forced to get married.
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