Beauty is relative and to a large extent it is in the eyes of the beholder. However in today's article, I shall bring you the inspiring story of a plus size Nigerian woman identified as Nneka Nwando Agbanusi who spoke to BBCNEWS pidgin service recently on her life and her choice of dancing on instagram.
In a 4minute clip for the Bbc news pidgin service, 31year old Nneka says she dances as a way to inspire women who are her size and have been made to believe they cannot do certain things due to that size. She is glad for positive comments and reviews she has been getting on her dance videos on instagram.
Going down memory lane, Nneka reveals she was very slim while growing up but due to her asthmatic condition, she was placed on drugs that led to her uncontrollable weight gain. Although plus size, Nneka admits she is fit, does exercise, ear healthy and minds her business. She further explained to BBCnews pidgin service how men still sexualize her not minding her size.
To encourage women her size, she reveals that many Nigerian men like and appreciate plus size women. She also disclose she's into a serious relationship with the man who loves her the way she is, values her and makes her feel she is his everything.
Below are more photos of Nneka.
isn't she looking beautiful and lovely?
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