”A woman’s greatest achievement is marriage…not degree” – Nigerian Man says.

July 17, 2020
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A Nigerian man recently took to Yabaleftonline facebook comment section to downplay the importance of getting a degree for the female gender.

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According to the man with the facebook name, Essien Christopher, a woman’s greatest achievement is marriage thus the necessity of a female child becoming a graduate should be questioned.

Essien Christopher wrote ;

But is it necessary for a female child to be a graduate?
Remember the woman greatest achievement is marriage
Not degree

Tessy Chukwu wrote ;

This is wat happens wen village people are using your picture to fan their armpit

Mmesoma wrote ;

Chineke nna biko
Don’t make m to marry a man like this
Have a son like this
Have a son in law like this
Have a brother in law like this
Have a brother like this
In Jesus name I pray
Amen

Kevin Chinedu wrote ;

What happened to your sense? Lost or abandoned?

Brenda wrote ;

Essien Christopher it should better be a joke oh..because the woman’s greatest achievement is by working hard and getting things done for herself..before marriage sets in!! No woman is advised to be a liability to a man..unless the man wants that after marriage,which is still not advisable…

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