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Feminist hashtag trends on Nigeria Twitter

With the hashtag #beingfemaleinnigeria, thousands of Nigerian women are highlighting how the Nigerian society treats them unfairly and unjustly because they are women.

 

The beautiful and vibrant women in Nigeria are currently lashing out at the male driven and patriarchal society they live in.

With the hashtag #beingfemaleinnigeria, thousands of Nigerian women are highlighting how the Nigerian society treats them unfairly and unjustly because they are women.

These highlights range from economy, beauty, sex and cultural beliefs.

Feminism is a fast growing movement in Nigeria with women breaking the societal and cultural chains that have held Nigerian women for centuries.

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