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“Men and women are not equal,women are not meant to compete with men”– Tolanibaj says



"Men and women are not equal,women are not meant to compete with men"– Tolanibaj separates self from feminism

Tolani Shobajo, also known as Tolanibaj, a Big Brother Naija celebrity and disc jockey, has stirred reactions online after revealing her views on feminism.

Tolani stated that she did not agree with the principles of feminism since she believed that women should not compete with men.

She revealed this in an interview with nightlife king Yhemo Lee on a recent episode of Moet Abebe’s programme Bahd and Boujee.

According to Tolanibaj, who thinks that men and women are not equal, the woman’s purpose is to complement the male rather than compete with him.

The former Big Brother Naija housemate declared that she cannot identify as a feminist for the reasons given above.

“I feel like women are not supposed to compete with men, they are just supposed to complement them. That’s why I can’t say I am a feminist because I don’t see how if a man is doing gra gra, as a woman I should be doing gra gra too”

Watch her speak below;

In other news One of the legs of comic Nollywood actor, John Okafor, popularly known as Mr. Ibu, has been amputated.

A post on the actor’s Nollywood page on Monday stated that the actor underwent seven successful surgeries, but one of his legs had to be amputated to keep him alive and aid his recovery process.

The post reads: “We want to appreciate everyone that has come through for our dad, saying we are grateful is an understatement and only the good Lord can thank you all enough for every help you’ve rendered.

“As of 1 pm ,noon today , Daddy has gone through 7 successful surgeries but to keep him alive and increase his chances of recovery one of his legs had to be amputated..This development has been hard on us all but we’ve had to accept it as Daddy’s new reality to keep him alive.

“Please we are still soliciting for support from well meaning Nigerians as this stage Daddy his is still one very delicate one and he needs all the help he can get.

“Thank you everyone, the Okafor family is grateful and we don’t take you for granted. In due time daddy will personally acknowledge everyone who supported during this period as soon as he’s stable!”


The news has left many heartbroken as they took to social media to lament.

One Ehidiahmen Okojie wrote, “Shit. This is really painful, this leg finally took his career

One Royalties Preshy wrote, “It’s well

One Enny Bobo Official wrote, “Omo!! Chai, Kai. This country suppose have health insurance now!! It would have prevented this since the beginning of the sickness

One Simeon Delight wrote, “So they finally cut the leg. God this is so sad. I wish him and his family all the strength they need to go through this phase of life.

One Teeto Olayeni wrote, “It’s Soo sad but honestly it’s better than him losing his life. The sickness must have been there for a long time and wasn’t properly taken care of

One Kennedy Excel wrote, “Chai sorry thank God you’re still alive sir he can still use prosthetic cover leg to walk again

One Bala wrote, “Please pray for Me Ibu this is not the time to talk about move or family. Pray and support whichever you can.

One Skesh Makanaki wrote, “Upon all the NSPPD prayer

One Jully Mk wrote, “It’s sad news but if that’s what should be done in other to save his life that’s better

One Flawless Gold wrote, “The family is greedy. Why them no fly this out of the country. Upon all the money Nigerians contributed. Them just dey do try and luck, now them don amputate the leg”.

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