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The Spirit Of Patriarchy In Africa Makes Me Sick – Toke Makinwa

Toke Makinwa

Toke Makinwa

Popular media personality, Toke Makinwa has come out to rant about the patriarchal attitude of most Africans.

She recently revealed this on Twitter via a thread, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to Toke, the spirit of patriarchy in Africa makes her so sick, and people should stop saying that women who go from dating one man to the other will have questions to answer when they get to heaven.

She added that the earlier we start asking about what would happen to the men who date several women when they get to heaven, the better for us all.

Her words, ”The spirit of Patriarchy is so strong in Africa it makes me sick how can you say women who go from man to man will have questions to answer on judgment day, what of men who go from woman to woman? They’ll be welcomed into the pearly gates with open arms? Help me understand.”

“When it is a woman she is promiscuous, when it is a man, he is living it up.”

“Fornication is no respecter of gender and you can’t judge someone cos you sin different or you are of a different gender.”

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Toke Makinwa (born 3 November 1984) is a Nigerian radio personality, television host, vlogger, lifestyle entrepreneur and author. She is known for hosting The Morning Drive on Rhythm 93.7 FM and for her YouTube vlog series Toke Moments. She released her book On Becoming in November 2016.

Toke Makinwa was born on 3 November 1984, in Lagos state. She attended the Federal Government Girls’ College in Oyo State. Makinwa later attended the University of Lagos, where she earned a BA degree in English and literature.

In 2010, Makinwa made her major media debut on Rhythm 93.7 FM’s The Morning Drive show as a co-host. In 2012, she made a television appearance as host of the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) beauty pageant, which was broadcast live across Nigeria. She co-hosted Flytime TV’s 3 Live Chicks, along with Tosyn Bucknor and Oreka Godis. The show debuted as a web series before expanding to terrestrial television in late 2012. Makinwa did not renew her contract with Flytime TV for the show’s second season and was subsequently replaced by her radio colleague Omalicha. In 2012, Makinwa launched her YouTube vlog series Toke Moments.

On 15 January 2014, Makinwa married Maje Ayida, whom she had been involved with for eight years. In 2015, she separated from Ayida after discovering that he had impregnated his ex-girlfriend. On 5 October 2017, Makinwa’s marriage to Ayida was dissolved by a Lagos High Court on the grounds that Ayida committed adultery.


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