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OAP, writer and fashionista, Toke Makinwa, in her reaction to Anthony Joshua‘s statement about being lenient with his son, but strict with his niece,... Toke Makinwa has expressed her disappointment in Anthony Joshua’s statement

OAP, writer and fashionista, Toke Makinwa, in her reaction to Anthony Joshua‘s statement about being lenient with his son, but strict with his niece, mentioned that she is saddened about the boxing champion’s opinion about teaching a girl on morals.

Toke Makinwa made a lengthy post on Twitter and she stated that she can’t blame Anthony Joshua though, it is just that a lot of people have learnt so much from seminars and symposiums that they have varying opinions to various life issues.

Toke Makinwa has expressed her disappointment in Anthony Joshua’s statement

Read her post below:

“Reading up on the Anthony Joshua statement saddens me but it’s not an AJ problem guys, we are the products of our society and we are all guilty.

Too many seminars, groups, panels for women and who raises the men? From time this has been happening and the earliest we realize it does no one any good the better.

My brother n I started living together recently and I realized how much I enable him without even realizing it. Yet I have high expectations from guys I date. We are all guilty, it’s time we start to have these conversations.

As a female you condone your brothers keeping many girlfriends yet you want to cry wolf when another man does it to you, we let it slide when it is family, we need to do better.

We say “let’s boys be boys” but we can’t handle the reality of who they become! This must stop, we all have a part to play.

We all have a part to play. The last generation and ours might be lost but pls let’s start bringing up young men and not loving or tolerating them.

he next time you want to permit your son, nephew etc to not take part in home chores in the name of “he is a man”, look around you and have a rethink.

No be today it start, especially in Nigerian/African homes, we put so much pressure on the girl child and give our boys the pass on almost everything. Look around you, it’s killing them more than helping them.

Spiritually it’s a woman’s job too. Ahn ahn… I once heard a grown ass man say his mum prays or is a prayer warrior and he expects his wife to continue to cover him in prayers, why can’t he carry the burden spiritually too? #Amnotunderstanding

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