Liz Benson says she's not a feminist, advises women on how to deal with cheating husbands

Liz Benson says she's not a feminist, advises women on how to deal with cheating husbands

- Liz Benson was recently on Mercy Johnson's cooking show where they discussed different topics

- Her response to how to deal with a cheating spouse has left social media users buzzing

- The Nollywood veteran also spoke about not being a feminist

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Veteran Nollywood actress, Liz Benson, recently shared her thoughts about some interesting topic, during her time of Mercy Johnson's cooking show.

Mercy had asked her if moving out was the right move after catching a cheating husband in the act with his side chic.

The veteran film star responded in the negative as she didn't think it was the right option. According to her, a woman should rather treat the issue at hand.

Liz Benson says she's not a feminist, advises women on how to deal with cheating husbands
Liz Benson appeared on Mercy Johnson's cooking show. Photo credit: @maazi_chinedu
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She said:

"Draw that power inside of you and treat it (the issue) in a more wise way. mentally, emotionally and spiritually."

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On whether she is a feminist, Liz Benson had this to say:

"I am not a feminist, I'm sorry to say. I just believe in the woman that I am, that God has made me to be. I believe I have an inner strength. I believe I have an inner mental ability that the other does not have. And so, I build on it, I live with it and I progress in it. Just be who God has called you, has made you to be and you won't need the words feminism or feminist. You will see a lot of things open up for you."

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Meanwhile, a month ago, former presidential aide and social media critic, Reno Omokri, once again spoken on feminism and its non-existent relationship with Christianity.

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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.

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"Kumashe Yaakugh is a Legit.ng journalist with three years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from Benue State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. Kumashe is an entertainment and lifestyle editor reporting mostly on entertainment and human interest stories. When she isn't working, Kumashe uses her spare time to read about historical events, music and cultures around the world. Learn more about her on Twitter @kvmashe

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