A Nigerian man identified as Kelvin Odanz has shared his thoughts on which gender makes more sacrifices and contributes more in marriage.
According to Kelvin, although men make sacrifices, they are not comparable to the number of sacrifices women make in marriage.
He also said that the crown goes to women because they put their entire life on the line.
“When it comes to sacrifices made in marriage, I don’t think we men deserve to be on the same seat with women abeg. “Women put their entire life on the line for marriage: pregnancy, childbirth, career, domestic duties, etc.
“We men do our best, we provide. But the crown is for women.
“I think the only problem comes when the usual toxic group of women on Twitter try to rubbish the sacrifices men make. “Some men pull their own weight: toil for the family, even help out with domestic duties and raising kids.
“But it is NOWHERE CLOSE to women’s sacrifice. “Childbirth alone is a HUGE sacrifice. It could go south. And then carrying the pregnancy with all the hormonal change and body changes? “Then we talk about post-birth depression? The effect of childbirth on women’s bodies?
“And sometimes how they put their career on hold?? “I appreciate men for their sacrifices ooo. My dad has hustled for the family, in fact he funded us like 80% of the time.
“But all the money he has spent in nothing compared to the sacrifice my own mother has made.
“I mean, my dad still helps out with domestic duties oo, till date
“If we start listing out what women sacrifice for marriages, most of us will just keep quiet for the rest of this debate.
“In fact, some women finish making all these sacrifices (cook, clean, childbirth, etc) and still have to HUSTLE to feed themselves and the kids. No, be Nigeria? “A lot of us men acknowledge these sacrifices and we don’t treat our women wrong in any way (wife, mother, sister, friends). We honor them.
“Our war is just against Twitter’s cultural Marxists who want to destroy the family unit by sowing seeds of discord between men and women.”
When it comes to sacrifices made in marriage,I don’t think we men deserve to be on the same seat with women abeg.
Women put their entire life on the line for marriage: pregnancy, childbirth, career, domestic duties etc.
We men do our best, we provide. But the crown is for women
— Kelvin Odanz (@MrOdanz) May 21, 2020
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A married woman is in serious trouble after a married man she visited for sex collapsed while they were being intimate.
The lady who has been held over the incident, however, denied being responsible.
She pleaded innocence while regretting the fact that she left her kids at home to visit him, only for him to collapse after sex.
She also begged eyewitnesses to allow her to go back to her house and take care of the kids she left at home.
The victim was subsequently rushed to the hospital on a bike.
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Buhari to address small businesses at 2020 MSMEs awards, entries open
In a bid to encourage small businesses in Nigeria amid the COVID-19 pandemic, President Muhammadu Buhari will address Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs).
The address which would form part of the 2020 MSMEs award would hold July 16, Mr. Tola Johnson, Special Assistant to the President on MSMEs, Office of the Vice President.
Johnson who addressed a virtual news conference in Abuja on Friday said that in spite of the ravaging pandemic and its effects on MEMSe, the awards were still going on.
He, however, said that the award was only going to hold virtually, adding that the portal for registration would be open on June 1 and remain open for 30 days.
“The portal for this year’s edition of the award will be open on the 1st of June and it will be open for 30 days.
“Once the portal is open, SMEs across the country can go and nominate themselves in whatever category of their choice.
The award this year would be held on July 16, it would be a unique one because it would be virtual.
“All award recipients and other participants and guests will join the event via video conference from different locations across the country.
“This is in line with the established protocols for COVID-19 containment by the Federal Government through the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
According to Johnson, Vice President Yemi Osinbajo will be coordinating the virtual awards.
“One unique thing we will be seeing this year is that President Muhammadu Buhari will be delivering a speech targeted at encouraging MSMEs across the nation.
“Interested and qualified MEMEs are to visit www.msmeclinics.gov.ng,” he said.
Johnson added that the attendant car, cash, and other prices would also be given during the awards regardless of the fact that it would be virtual.
He said that all prizes would be sent to respective award recipients in their respective locations.
He added that the federal government would also inaugurate a 200,000 capacity Yam Storage facility for MSMEs in Zaki Biam, Benue, as part of measures to support MSMEs in the state.
He said that the yam storage facility was part of the government scheme to establish a shared facility to support MSMEs.
“The MSMEs Shared Facility Scheme of the federal government is one of the innovations from the National MSMEs Clinics.
“The vision is to provide necessary infrastructure and support facilities in production clusters across the country.
“So far, the federal government has completed two pilot schemes of the Shared Facility project in Oyo and Bauchi,” he said.
According to him, the categories for the awards include MSME Award of Excellence in Agriculture; MSME Award of Excellence in Beauty, Wellness and cosmetics; MSME Award of Excellence in Fashion & style and MSME Award of Excellence in Creative Art.
Other categories were; MSME Award of Excellence in Leatherworks; MSME Award of Excellence in Manufacturing; MSME Award of Excellence in Technology Innovation and MSME Award of Excellence in Furniture & Woodwork.
Mr. Johnson further disclosed that the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency of Nigeria (SMEDAN), which is a partner in the awards, would be getting the information to all SMEs across the nation.
According to him and other members of the team, SMEDAN will be reaching out to micro-enterprises that may not have access to the online portal and assist them with their submissions.
Nigerian lady looks gorgeous after shaving off her hair entirely (Photos)
Not many people can dare to pull off a bald look. Many a time, we’ve seen actresses who for a movie role, would have to shave off every strand of their to play a character and would thereafter rock their weaves and wigs as they slowly grow their hair back because the look isn’t for them.
Not many people can dare to pull off a bald look but @olowokerewilson on Twitter has proven that she can and the whole of Twitter is here for it!
@olowokerewilson wowed many on the social networking app when gorgeous photos of her rocking a bald look were shared on the platform. A lot of people have been taken aback by how stunning she looks with the look.
@olowokerewilson who judging from her previous photos didn’t have much hair on her head before, certainly warmed hearts with her bright smile and cute dimples that can be seen in the photos.
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