You want to eat something… instead of going out to buy it, you bring out your phone to start dialling the numbers of different men so that they can take you out and buy you something as cheap as a shawarma…
You have been doing this from your school days!
You have graduated and even served, yet you will be pestering guys for every need or want.
You have never thought of doing anything on your own.
Hair on your head, sponsored by Obinna.
The foundation, mascara, lipstick and every form of make up on your face, sponsored by Ademola.
The shoe you are wearing, bought by Adamu.
Now you are awake and your plan for the day is 3 square meals from different guys.
You are already contacting them!
Kai what a life!!!
And you are the one that will come on the social media and cry the most about how men abuse women.
You are the one who will always boast about being independent.
You are also the typical Nigerian feminist who hates men and see them as enemies.
Yet you can’t eat a plate of rice in a good restaurant except one of your men buys it.
Today, I pray for you.
May God set you free and give you wisdom to reason properly and the ability to act and live like a normal human being instead of a pest.
It’s natural to be broke or in need once in a while but when this is your lifestyle, you just have a big problem.
Multiple award winner Marilyn Oma Anona who is the host and producer of Omaliving Show a TV talk show that goes beyond the TV and the Internet to actually make impact in the society bags another award.
The award is to be given to her at the Xperience 2016 which holds at Enugu on the 23rd of April, 2015. This is a special award to celebrate women (young and old) who are doing well in their various fields of endeavour.
Marilyn Oma Anona has over the years as a very young woman done above her capacity. Striving in a society filled with nepotism to make an impact. She is a writer, public speaker, actor, activist and lots more. She has organised a lot of events all geared towards making the youths better in order to make our society better. Amongst numerous events and projects she has done are; The March Against Societal Vices, The Prison Visitation, The Seminar Against Domestic Violence And Rape, The Independence Day Picnic and so on. Marilyn Oma Anona also has a charity and empowerment project called “The Right Stage” and the focus is on vulnerable and less privileged Nigerian kids aged between 5 to 25. Taking them off the street and moulding them to become better people so that our society will be a lot better for us all.
We say a big congratulations to Oma on this award which is well deserved.
Oma is Abuja based and a native of Anambra state. Contact her on 08038815613.