Ubi Franklin who has been know for talent manager and a very brand scout which has been in the news for some time now. He is very good a what he does.
Now, he’s not the subject matter but one of his baby mama which is a South African. We all know he always expand his tentacles in regards of that.
One of the mother of Ubi Franklin’s children who has spent two years in the country has spoken about women’s equality in Nigeria and how its sickening.
Nicola Siyo, a South African woman and mother of Ubi’s third child, said there is a lack of women’s right in Nigeria and it’s “sickening”.
Nevertheless, she was replying to a post made by renowned writer and author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Instagram post on International Women’s Day.
The author wrote about how women are been fairly judged and not given equal right just like the men and how they are being treated and Ubi Franklin’s South African baby mama, Nicole, was in support of this.
She replied and said, “I understand exactly where she is coming from. I spent 2 years in her Homeland Nigeria, sickening the lack of women’s rights. You are called all sorts of names because you stand for your name… as a woman.”
When we can say this is right of a kind, Nigeria women are strong, hardworking and elegant when it comes to fetching things for themselves without the men power.
The likes of Dora, Kemi Olunuloyo, Kemi Adeosun, Nkojo Ewenla and the rest are practical examples of women power and ability to do things for themselves.
International women’s day are fabulous where ladies, young champs and women list their achievements and celebrate themselves as people that can use their intellectual to get things for themselves.