”A Woman Has No Religion, Surname, Permanent Home Until She Marries” – Writer Writes

A writer identified as Samline Olatoye has stated that a woman has no surname, religion or permanent home until she gets married to a man.

He went on to throw shade at ”feminists” who like to think otherwise.

This comes after Blessing Mary Ocheido, a physically challenged pharmacist, complained about people trying to erase her identity – surname, state of origin – and replace them with her husband’s, all because she got married.


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