Kiki Mordi: “Igbo people are very harmful to women”

Kiki Mordi: “Igbo people are very harmful to women”

Media personality Kiki Mordi has made a sweeping generalization, describing Igbo people as harmful to women.

The media personality said this in reaction to the controversy that trailed the online campaign for a Swiss woman; popularly called Nwanyiocha and married to an Anambra man from Isuofia; to be made the state’s commissioner for tourism by Governor-elect, Charles Soludo.

But alleging that most white women married to Igbo men are suffering; Kiki claimed that when Igbo men get past the whiteness; their white spouse become women deserving of misogyny.

Subsequently, to this, she claimed that “Igbo men are very harmful”.

Also claiming that Igbo societies are inherently misogynistic; the media personality further alleged that Igbo black women which make up 99.9% of Igbo societies are limited by long-standing traditions.

 

Igbo people are very harmful to women - Media personality, Kiki Mordi

 

Igbo people are very harmful to women - Media personality, Kiki Mordi

 

Igbo people are very harmful to women - Media personality, Kiki Mordi

 

Igbo people are very harmful to women - Media personality, Kiki Mordi

 

However, as her tweets tweets drew an outrage, Kiki rephrased her earlier comment to “Igbo people are very harmful to women”.

 

Igbo people are very harmful to women - Media personality, Kiki Mordi

Igbo people are very harmful to women - Media personality, Kiki Mordi

 

 

In other news, gospel artiste, Sammie Okposo, Tuesday confessed to cheating on his wife Ozioma, and tendered a public apology to her as well as his fans.Specifically, he revealed in an Instagram post that he was involved in a relationship with another woman during one of his trips to the United States in 2021.

He wrote, “Dear Friends, I need to bring a very unfortunate incident to your attention… I am not proud of it but know that this is the right thing to do.

“On my recent trip to the USA (late 2021), I got intimately involved with a lady; knowing that this was not appropriate as a married man and a minister of the gospel. I am ashamed and regret my actions…It has caused a lot of pain to my dear wife, Ozioma, my family and I.”

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Kingsley Alaribe is a Digital Marketer with 1stNews, and writes the weekly column, Strangers and Lovers. He is also a Data Scientist. Email: [email protected]

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