Men are not fit to lead society – OAP Baddie Kimmy

Nigerian On-Air-personality, Baddie Kimmy has opined that men are not the right people to lead any society.

The controversial podcaster stated that from politics to other sectors, men have been failing in leadership positions.

Baddie Kimmy

Baddie Kimmy made the remark during an interview with Pulse, where she also advocated for women to be given equal opportunities to lead as their male counterparts.

She said: “My radical opinion is that men are not fit to lead our society. I will not support a man for any political office. I mean, who is our president now?”

In another news…

CorrectNG reported earlier that Nollywood icon, Joke Silva bemoaned the exclusion of women from various leadership positions in the country.

The award-winning thespian said women were at the forefront of leadership in Nigeria before independence but have lost grip on leadership in recent times.

Joke Silva stated that by now, Nigeria should have had at least a democratically elected female Governor.

She argued that First Lady, Oluremi Tinubu is one woman who is experienced enough to rise to such coveted position of number 1 citizen.

Silva said: “In the area of leadership, especially political leadership, women have regressed. I mean, we had some really powerful women. You mentioned Fumilayo Kuti earlier. All these powerful women. There were so many of them spread around the nation. So, you expect them to grow in numbers by now.

“At least by now, we should have had a female governor. Mrs. Oluremi Tinubu for one, in contemporary Nigerian politics, is probably the most experienced female politician. She was just in the Senate for a long time and now she is the First Lady.

“But the thing is this: how many others? But we have so many male senators. It goes back to what late Chief MKO Abiola used to say: ‘A nation clapping with one hand.’ How do you clap? How is it heard?”