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Nigerian Men Attacks Actress Genevieve Nnaji As She Defines Her Own Version Of ‘Feminism’

Genevieve was quoted as saying her view of feminism is all about human rights.

Nollywood star actress and producer, Genevieve Nnaji have won for herself some male villians in her own story that explains her own version of feminism.

Nigerian Men Attacks Actress Genevieve Nnaji As She Defines Her Own Version Of ‘Feminism’ 1

In a post circulating on the social media, Genevieve was quoted as saying her view of feminism is all about human rights, the ability to do whatever she wanted whenever she wanted to.

She said: “My own feminism is just human rights. I’m a woman who has rights to her choices. I can do whatever I want whenever I want. It’s just that simple. If I were a man it would be the same thing.

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Genevieve has stirred up controversy on social media as many men who disagree with the feminism ‘propaganda’ have advised her to do better. Others who consider her as a role model, equally advised her to steer clear from feminism.

See some of the reactions below:

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The word ‘feminism’ has been a trigger word that brings up all kinds of deep-seated emotions on gender balance and equality especially here in Africa.

A former Nigerian presidential aspirant, Senator Adamu Garba had claimed that feminism is a total waste of time because the title of ‘wife’ is more important than being a governor of Central Bank Of Nigeria (CBN).

A Popular American activist, Candace Owen had also admitted that she discovered too late that feminism is a scam, and is not about uplifting women but tearing women down and hence she has changed her stance.

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