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Junior Pope, Samklef and others hail Nollywood actress, Ruth Kadiri for disagreeing with Feminism.

Nollywood actor, Junior Pope Odonwodo, music producer, Samklef and some others have praised actress Ruth Kadiri for disagreeing with modern feminism.

The issue of feminism has remained one of the most controversial discussions across the world in recent times, especially in Nigeria, where the battle line seems more like a do or die affair.

Well, the matter has taken another angle in Nigeria following the birthday message Pastor Adeboye wrote his wife few days ago, in which he revealed that his wife is still very submissive to him, that she still cooks his meals, cut his nails and some other things he raised. But that didn't go down well with some feminism activists and feminists themselves as they tackled the revered man of God.

(Photo credit: Ruth Kadiri's IG page).

Though many person threw their weight behind Pastor Adeboye, and that include Nollywood actress, Ruth Kadiri. In her words: "Pastor Adeboye isn't lying at all. The Bible clearly states that man is the head and the woman should be submissive to him. Don't drag the position with a man, he will respect you for that. No man wants to lose that position or be denied of it."

Then veteran music producer, Samklef who shared Ruth Kadiri's praised the actress for her opinion. In his words: "Finally woman with sense has spoken out @RuthKadiri."

He was quickly joined by another Nollywood personality, Junior Pope, who wrote: "Gather here let's buy @ Ruth Kadiri a gift for this naked truth. This here is the only way you can have peace and fun in your husband's home."

See several other supporting reactions below...

In my own opinion, trying to twist the fact that the man is not the head of the family is an effort aimed at challenging God, or letting him know that his creations are not perfect.

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