Cambridge Scholar Drags ABSU Graduate Who Criticized Her For Saying 98% Of Nigerian Men Can't

Date: 21-06-2024 2:02 pm (4 weeks ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
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Recently, a Nigerian Cambridge scholar called out an ABSU graduate who criticized her statement that 98% of Nigerian men cannot emulate the husband of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the esteemed Director-General of the World Trade Organization. Okonjo-Iweala's husband, Dr. Ikemba Iweala, has been lauded for his support and success as a medical professional, which has significantly contributed to her own achievements.

The Cambridge scholar defended her stance by highlighting the exceptional qualities and support system provided by Okonjo-Iweala's husband, suggesting that such qualities are rare among Nigerian men. This led to a heated exchange on social media, with the ABSU graduate accusing her of generalizing and undermining Nigerian men.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, a globally respected economist and leader, has received numerous accolades and honors for her contributions to global economics and leadership, including the African Heritage Award for 2024. Her family, including her supportive husband, has been a cornerstone of her success, underscoring the importance of a strong support system in achieving professional and personal milestones​










Posted: at 21-06-2024 02:02 PM (4 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero
- Nomie at 21-06-2024 02:20 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Well done girl, but I don't agree with you with the way you defined their picture.
The woman is not supposed to lead a home, the husband does while the woman supports.
In their case, the husband is leading, she is following his lead, by submitting to her husband notwithstanding she has her own money.
Posted: at 21-06-2024 02:20 PM (4 weeks ago) | Upcoming
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- christiano10 at 21-06-2024 02:36 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Quote from: Nomie on 21-06-2024 02:20 PM
Well done girl, but I don't agree with you with the way you defined their picture.
The woman is not supposed to lead a home, the husband does while the woman supports.
In their case, the husband is leading, she is following his lead, by submitting to her husband notwithstanding she has her own money.
exactly
Posted: at 21-06-2024 02:36 PM (4 weeks ago) | Gistmaniac
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- gogoman at 21-06-2024 02:51 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Good!!! two Igbo tearing each other apart Cool Cool Cool cool  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy
Posted: at 21-06-2024 02:51 PM (4 weeks ago) | Grande Master
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- KDoinspire at 21-06-2024 03:52 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Nonsense
Posted: at 21-06-2024 03:52 PM (4 weeks ago) | Gistmaniac
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- fineboy77 at 21-06-2024 06:58 PM (4 weeks ago)
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Trying to run ABSU and all that have gone through the institution down because she wants to defend her rubbish. Well, you can run your mouth all you want, but its us, the public that will determine who is making sense and who is not. Obviously not you. I am an ABSU graduate, I may not know what goes on there at the moment, but I know that back in the days, our law Faculty was the best in Nigeria, producing Best graduating students from the law School for consecutive years in the 90's and early 2000's. Cambridge wont admit anyone without a First class? Well, I dont know about that, but please, dont they have freshers? I spent 5 years in ABSU and will tell you that its one of the best Universities in Academics and Infrastructure, in Nigeria. Ranking, could be Nigerian as we all know how Nigerian, Nigerian things can be.

Posted: at 21-06-2024 06:58 PM (4 weeks ago) | Addicted Hero
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