- Mike Bamiloye has warned single and married ladies to shun feminist movement
- The clergyman took to social media to give his taken on feminism and how it affects marriage
- According to Bamiloye, joining the movement may make ladies miss the will of God for their lives
Nigerian clergyman Mike Bamiloye has taken to social media to warn single and married ladies against joining the feminist movement.
Taking to his Twitter page to give the piece of advice, Bamiloye said joining the movement may make ladies miss the will of God for their lives.
According to him, feminism wants to contest the head of the home with the man. He said married ladies should not join the movement if they want to get the best out of their marriage.
Reacting to the post, a Twitter user with the handle @IleolaD wrote:
"Feminism is about equality of the gender. Equal opportunities. Equal rights. Gen 1:27-28. God gave both dominion. There is no male or female in Christ Gal 3:28."
"Feminism is the fight for equal opportunities, not a contest for who to be the head. Women want to marry husbands like Dr iweala who will allow them to reach their full potentials. There is always extremism which should not distract the ideal."
"Maybe I’m clueless but feminism is not about fighting for the head of the home what is going on here? Let us have an understanding of a topic before speaking on it, please."
"I agree. Some of their philosophies are an outright negation of God’s word and if you are a child of God, you already know what to do."
"Religious Feminism is an attack from hell to defy the order of God in marriage. It's meant to throw confusion amongst humanity; at large, condemning why true love compels submissiveness. It exalts pride in women against their own husband."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a former presidential aide and social media critic, Reno Omokri, once again spoke on feminism and its non-existent relationship with Christianity.
Omokri submitted that one can either choose to be a feminist or a Christian. According to him, the two are mutually exclusive as one cannot be both.
The social media critic stated that a Christian wife is meant to be submissive - something feminism kicks against.