- Popular Nigerian actress and medical practitioner, Kiki Omeili, has advocated for people for are left handed on social media
- According to her, if people feel that being left handed is bad, then they should be fine with the killing of twins because it is also culture
- Kiki went ahead to explain why left handed people are the way they are and why they should not be castigated
Nollywood actress, Kiki Omeili, recently took to social media via her Twitter page to address the issue of people who are left handed and how they are discriminated against in African culture.
In series of posts shared on Twitter, the movie star who is also a medical doctor said that ignorant cultural practices should be unlearned. To buttress her point, she spoke on the issue of left handedness.
According to her, if being left handed is bad in Nigerian culture and it dictates that people should use their right hand, then people should be okay with the killing of twins because it was also a culture. She added that ignorance is not culture.
See the tweet below:
In other posts, Kiki explained why left handed people are the way they are and that it was because the right part of their brain was dominant.
She then concluded her post by saying that ignorance should not be hidden under culture and that the same way enlightenment stopped people from killing twins, they can be educated to stop condemning left handed people.
Read what some fans had to say about her interesting comparison below:
"How on earth are the two comparable?"
"Me personally have never been the type to complain about left hand, we take it so serious here, especially the older generation. Make dem give you 1m cheque, no collect o."
"Please the killing of twins is way too much to be compared with using of left hand!! It’s not even that deep"
"I Stan with this cause I am left handed anytime I eat in public people be giving me weird eye contact like tf is wrong with people"
In other news, Legit.ng reported on some Nigerian celebrities who were medical students.
It's no news that most Nigerian celebrities in the entertainment industry did not study entertainment-related courses, but there are some that actually went to the university, got into the medical line which many people regard as difficult, and have become movie and music stars.
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