Founder of ROK TV and actress, Mary Remmy Njoku has taken note of how African women are always petty to each other.
In a message addressed to them, Mary noted how hearsay has ruined a lot of relationships as the majority tend to feed into rumors.
She further noted how women tend to get angry over little things like text messages, and much more.
Admonishing them, she told them to channel the same energy they use in tolerating men to tolerate their gender.
According to her, that’s the only way they can grow.
“African women are so PETTY to each other. Small misunderstanding, 5 years of Malice. “I heard you said I am yellow” Are you Green?
I texted you but you ignored” There is a chance I missed it.
You think you are better than me” Sister! How do you know what I am thinking? You dey inside my head?
She said, you said, I heard what you said” has destroyed Sisterhood.
Dem say Dem say if she didn’t/can’t say it to your face, rest.
Let’s learn to tolerate each other the way we tolerate our men. That’s the ONLY way we can grow together”.
“A mother is the most impactful mentor a child can have” Mary Njoku tells men
Weeks back, Mary Njoku shared a piece of advice to men on the importance of mothers to their children.
Mary opined that a mother is the most impactful mentor a child can ever have.
She noted how many men want their children to be brilliant, go-getters, strong, and champions, yet they treat their wives as a lamb.
The filmmaker pointed out how a fowl can’t raise a tiger, so they should get ready to send their lambs into the jungle of life.
Mary Njoku indirectly is telling men that a gentle wife and mother can’t raise kids to be like tigers
“What happens when Stardom ends” Mary Njoku poses an important question to celebrities
In recent times, Mary Njoku had posed an important question to celebrities on life after stardom.
Pointing out how no one stays at the top forever, Mary questioned what would become of them once their fame ends.
She further asked if they have a real life to fall back on or have burnt down their real life.
“Dear celebrities. What happens when Stardom ends? Remember no one stays at the top forever.
What happens when your celebrity status expires? Do you have a REAL life to fall back to? Or you have ‘burnt down’ your REAL life”.