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“Nigeria Is Misogynistic” – Singer Temmie Ovwasa Says As She Blasts Nigerian Male Icons

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Temmie Ovwasa, a budding Nigerian singer, artist, writer, and guitarist has descended on the male icons of Nigeria for some disheartening reasons.

Temmie Ovwasa

In a series of post sighted on her microblogging platform specifically Twitter, she ranted bitterly stating facts that keeps worrying her mind. The biggest issue was how her fellow women are sexually harassed and taken advantage of by prominent people and some icons in Nigeria.

Temmie Ovwasa

The YBNL Princess linked her experience in the university to how women are looked down upon without being given specific roles in some institutions. Temmie made mention of the fact that she decided to go for SUG president as an undergraduate. However, she was denied the opportunity because she is a female.

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Adding to her revelations was that, most women were afraid to speak in the past hence, some men got away with physical, emotional, and sexual abuses. To her, history is repeating itself because their favorites in the country are doing it, but yet are being recognized as great people in the country.

See her post below:

I am Hadjira Sulemana Amadu. A Bsc Nursing student at Pentecost University, a blogger, a content creator and an editor here at abtc.ng.