Popular Nigerian author and law practitioner, Reno Omokri has cautioned all ladies to desist from calling a man stingy when they refuse to spend on them, adding that they are not their fathers.
Reno Omokri advised men not to give a lady who isn’t their wife, mother, or sister any money and also told ladies that being a girlfriend is not a job.
In a long post, he wrote;
“There are many jobs on Earth: * Doctor * Lawyer Engineers, etc Being a girlfriend, however, is NOT a job. A relationship is not a business.
The word STINGY should NEVER be used by a woman to describe any man that is not her husband or father! .Only a woman who wants to STING a man accuses him of being STINGY. What right does a girlfriend have to make such an accusation? Your boyfriend can’t cheat on you, and can’t be stingy to you, because he is NOT your husband. He has NO DUTY to you! Only beggars accuse others of being stingy.
A worker can’t accuse her boss of being stingy. You work and are paid. A businesswoman can’t accuse her customer of being stingy. You charge and they pay. Being a girlfriend is neither a job nor a business. Dear men, Stop giving any woman that is not your wife, daughter, mother or sister, money. It is not your duty. In fact, they will smile when you have to give.
But the day you no longer have, they won’t understand. You automatically become stingy!. If you regularly give your girlfriend money because you are scared of losing her, you are a fool. You WILL still lose her. Why? All men MUST face financial famine at least once in a lifetime. If money is the glue, you will have no clue!. Even if you give a girlfriend money because you want her love (money love isn’t love), another man can give her more than you do.
Only STUPID men engage in bidding wars over women, when their mates are bidding for oil blocs and companies. The only time women get more money then men is in relationships. Men earn more than women in the corporate world. If feminism means equality, let us apply it in relationships. Feminism must mean men shouldn’t be expected to foot a girlfriend’s bill.”
Nigeria’s Aisha Yesufu, Uyaiedu Ipke-Etim make it to BBC 100 Women 2020 list
The BBC has revealed its list of 100 inspiring and influential women from around the world for 2020 and Aisha Yesufu and Uyaiedu Ipke-Etim made it to the list.
This year’s 100 Women is highlighting those who are leading change and making a difference during these turbulent times.
The list includes UK nurse, Professor Dame Elizabeth Anionwu, who is of Nigerian descent.
She is an emeritus professor of nursing at the University of West London and a patron of the UK Sickle Cell Society.
She is a groundbreaking sickle-cell and thalassemia nurse who campaigned for a statue of British-Jamaican nurse Mary Seacole. She’s been a key figure in highlighting the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on BAME communities.
Uyaiedu Ipke-Etim, a Nigerian feminist film-maker, director and LGBTQ+ activist, who has committed herself to creating stories about marginalised groups in Nigeria, also made it to the list.
Her film Ife?, which means “love” in Yoruba, tells the story of two Nigerian lesbians navigating the harsh, homophobic realities of Nigeria. Following the announcement of the film’s impending release, it has faced state censorship in Nigeria.
Aisha Yesufu, a Nigerian activist demanding good governance in Nigeria, also made it to the list.
Others on the list are: four-time Grammy award winner Angélique Kidjo, who advocates on behalf of children as a Unicef ambassador, Sanna Marin, who leads Finland’s all-female coalition government, Michelle Yeoh, star of the new Avatar and Marvel films and Sarah Gilbert, who heads the Oxford University research into a coronavirus vaccine, as well as Jane Fonda, a climate activist and actress.
And in an extraordinary year – when countless women around the world have made sacrifices to help others – one name on the 100 Women list has been left blank as a tribute.
Click here for the full list.
“Please stop the comparison amongst housemates on social media, we are all striving and working at our own pace” – BBNaija star, Tolani Baj tells fans
Big Brother Naija season 5 star, Tolani Baj has made an appeal to fans to stop comparing former housemates and their success on social media.
According to her, they are striving and working at their own pace. She also added that the former housemates are all unique in their own way.
Please stop the comparison amongst the housemates on social media. We’re all striving & working at our own pace. Peace & love
We’re all unique in our own way.
Chika Ike Throws Lavish 35th Birthday Party In Grand Style
Actress Chika Ike who recently turned 35 years old threw a lavish party at Shiro Lagos where her colleagues, family, friends and business partners attended in style on the 8th of November.
We found out the grand event was attended by the creme de la creme in the industry and Shiro Lagos was completely transformed with exquisite decor to celebrate the actress and business woman.
They all showed up ready to party and they did not disappoint as pictures and videos showed all of them throw it down on the dance floor as they celebrated with their friend and colleague.
Check out pictures from the event below.