From the timeless word that says, “If you see a woman that has everything going for her, and you’re not ready to add value to her life, just admire her from afar. Please, don’t interrupt her greatness.” And extremely, it is difficult being a woman in a society like ours. Here, the women are facing the challenge of identity.
And I think after our Queen, Linda Ikeji has had her own feel of experiences, she considered it wise to question the woman’s status and the issue of equal rights bothering them as being relevant to every society. She is definitely not comfortable with devalue of a woman’s worth and dignity. Women are to be prided with great respect and sense of nobility.
Unfortunately, it is highly disappointing that most women themselves don’t understand their positions in the count of things and in activities of life. In marriages, they make the most regrettable mistakes. In choice of career, they make the most horrible choice of vocation. Was it not why a lady was asked what she would be looking out in a man for marriage, and she replied, “I need a tall, handsome and rich man for marriage.” You can imagine! Anyway, I’m not sure it’s for marriage; probably she needs such man for a wedding, as most ladies now invest so much energy in planning their weddings than marriage.
You don’t take little or momentary decisions that would shatter the rest of your life and existence. This is the primary essence of Linda Ikeji’s project. She wants the ladies to go through the pains of building a future, and then enjoy it forever when it will come. And I’m happy this is coming from her; a woman who has had her experience of social, economic and cultural oppression. Today, I’m also happy that she is experiencing the joy of dignity, equality and fulfillment.
Enterprising, creative and probably one of the most talented bloggers in the entertainment industry, Linda Ifeoma Ikeji prides as one of the most outstanding and very influential bloggers Nigeria, and indeed Africa, has ever produced.
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