All Igbo Women Are Lazy, Unlike Yoruba Women Says Popular Nigerian Blogger Noble Igwe

The Popular Nigerian Blogger Noble Igwe has made it known via a twitter post, through his handle that all  Igbo women are lazy.

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The popular blogger made this statement earlier today which has caused a lot of uproar from people all round.

This post according to some people is in response to an earlier post made by an igbo woman concerning Igbo men.

The post by the Igbo woman was stated to have been made despite warnings of generalization.

The Igbo woman made a post on generalization of Igbo men as bad, some people were

surprised by the statement and generalization of Igbo women as lazy, some believed it to be sarcasm.

These were some of his words, “The Igbo women are lazy, does not like to work and just

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want to sit back and enjoy their husband hard earned money.

They want to inherit their husband’s property and then inherit from their father’s house as well but do nothing but answer “Ori Aku”

See Yoruba women. Hard working,building houses and not really trying to fight for

father’s house in Ibadan.

When they want to make changes, they do but Igbo women will come and make it seem

like someone is holding them down.

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Noble Igwe is a Nigerian blogger, and the founder and Chief Executive Officer of 360 Group.

 



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