“Negro if you mention Sola to me one more time I will slap you back into Umuahia!
You can’t have a woman who earns more than you” I thought it was just me but I realised even female friends and acquaintances have had similar experiences with Nigerian men from all walks of life. Many men often BELIEVE they are less traditional than they actually are.
They will tell you they don’t subscribe to the ‘African mentality’ of women should be this and men should be that. They are getting on quite well till one day random statement, “You should grow your hair” “Ermmm why” “You will look more ladylike.
They’ve lived overseas, our ways are outdated e.t.c; but my brothers and sisters, I have discovered that this is all hogwash. I can’t imagine what my mother will say when she sees your hair like this” “Negro….” 2.
Eminent psychiatrists were invited to speak about whether there are other ethical rules that override it, as in ordinary practise," said the spokesperson.
"The organiser, Dr Bandy Lee, agrees with the Goldwater rule but is troubled by its recent expansion (as of March 16, 2017) and the silencing of debate.