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Wednesday, March 16, 2022

Educative, Entertaining And Inspirational

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16 comments:

  1. We should do this in Nigeria too. Too much of degrading words is being used on women from time immemorial...

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    1. Of course
      We can
      But na dsame our gender go go behind us go inform d opposite genden wetin we plan to do
      While some will say my hubby my crown my home my life et al

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  2. Naija girls can start by refusing to collect urgent 2k, tfare and payment of bride price,. We'll be forced to give you that equal respect 😁😁

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    1. Who collects brideprice?

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    2. Haba Dante, no be women dey collect bride price nau. Na d greedy dads and uncles-we-barely-know

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    3. It's being collected on your behalf..
      Protest against it if you are against it😏

      Something that's even supposed to be paid for only virgins.. infact, for that ones we Real Man go protest too for being short changedπŸ™„πŸ€·

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    4. Dante Dante!

      Men collect the bride price, but most women want it paid by their husbands. Some women even boast about how big the amount paid.

      There's a woman out there reading this who has been married under the Act for years or decades who may still be fighting her husband to go pay her bride price.

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    5. Dante Are you a virgin?that needs a virgin as a wife.It is only virgins that deserve each others as husbands and wives.How can you defile yourself as a man and expect to marry a purify untouched woman.

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  3. Bravo πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  4. If woman no wear ring for naija no respect at all

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  5. These ones wicked, them no just love their men. Which love stricken woman fit enter this one without running back home to check on her man at intervals. This our generation own na whatsapp and phone calls go end am.

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  6. The question you should ask is are Nigerian women oppressed? As a woman in Nigerian you can achieve what ever you set your mind to do the bottle neck you would face is the same for both genders

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