Aisha Yesufu advises women to leave abusive relationships

Aisha Yesufu advises women to leave abusive relationships

- Nigerian activist, Aisha Yesufu recently advised women in relationships on social media

- According to the outspoken woman, for every divorced woman, there were men who had been in marriages too

- Aisha also said that women should not be shamed into staying in abusive relationships

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Nigerian activist, Aisha Yesufu recently sent out words of advice to women out there via social media.

In the post which she shared via her official Twitter handle, the mother of two stated that divorce was nothing to be ashamed of as there were divorced men all over the place as well.

Aisha Yesufu advises women to leave abusive relationships
Aisha Yesufu says abusive relationships should not be endured Photo credit: @aishayesufu
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Aisha also said women should not allow anyone shame them into staying in abusive relationships.

She wrote:

"For every divorced woman, there is a divorced man. My dear sister, do not allow anyone shame you into staying in an abusive relationship."

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The activist also followed up the tweet by stating that abuse must not be tolerated in any form of relationship and steps should be taken for protection.

The post generated mixed reactions and people took to the comment section to express their opinions. gathered some comments:

Arinze said Aisha ought to encourage people to fix their broken relationships or marriages.

As for Jude, it goes both ways.

Erhun stated that life is not balanced and people needed to wise up as we all need one other.

Adebukola mentioned that women do a lot of damage to men abroad than in Nigeria.

Millionaire said that the height of mistakes are made during courtship as people stay and hope for behavioural transformation.

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Meanwhile, reported that Aisha Yesufu said mature women should go out and find a man they can call their own.

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The activist told these mature single women to ask for the man's hand in marriage and shared her sentiments about women her age who were waiting on a man to ask for their hand in marriage.

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