Tuesday, March 18, 2014

How You Dress Shows The Respect You Have For Yourself As A Woman- Onyeka Onwenu

I do not encourage women to dress in a manner that is provocative. No, that is not acceptable to me, because it shows the kind of respect you have for yourself. Never mind the person looking, because above everything else, people address you the way you dress. How you dress shows the degree of respect you have for yourself as a woman. 

At the same time, if it is not a crime, it does not give you the right to me (woman). So if you ra*e me (woman) because I am wearing a short skirt, you are still going to the prison. I hope you understand me very well. I am not advocating that women should expose their body, but I do not think anyone can use that as an excuse to ra*e a woman.

34 comments:

  1. Shebi I hear u are our president's new Yori Yori mummy Onyeka? Hmmm no be me talk am ooo

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  2. Was this not the same woman as Director-General used the SSS to throw a Yoruba woman tenant out of a federal government property in Abuja and replaced her with an Igbo woman?

    This woman need to grab a seat and put her pompous tribalistic self on it.

    She has just joined the group of people we see and whose actions will FOREVER MAKE US TO NAIRA(NEVER ALLOW IGBO RULE AGAIN).

    They did it in the 60's, which led to the civil war, and with Ebeleme Jonathan as president, they started it again just because Jonathan is half Igbo. Only God knows what they would have done if Jonathan is full blooded Igbo.

    Tribalistic harlot presenting herself as if she is a national figure.
    Having kids for mutiple men and now wants to be telling ladies how to dress and present themselves.
    This woman need to just go away.
    olu@atlanta.

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    1. Na wa for your comprehension ooo

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    2. What is your problem this morning?

      Mayowa

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    3. Hmmmm.... u v got issues man. You really need to chill, it's not that serious!

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    4. Seconded!u've said it all darling.....

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    5. My love, its not about the tribe. She made a point. Dear this is the twenty ist century and u are still reasoning like a baby, u need to grow up andface the fact that tribes were here before u came and ll still be when u re gone. Learn to live with people. I love you

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    6. I concur to what you have said.

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    7. Anon.00:9 ur a bastard for vomiting this trash.go suck ur dirty mother pusy since u don,t have respect for mothers.hungry tout.

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    8. Haba, Olu@HOTlanta! Sofry, Sofry o.

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    9. Your father is a bastard,what concerns tribe here... Fool

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  3. Dis woman na animal,mak she go sleep abeg..Bad role model

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  4. Ladun so you now have joined those that allow tribslistic comments to reign on your blog & I thought you were different.

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  5. Exactly. God bless you ma

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  6. This olu@atlanta can write for England

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  7. Good Sense! Words of wisdom for the wise ladies.........but I never knew Onyeka, is such a motivational speaker indeed... I totally agree with her; been behaving like a responsible woman... Not dresses that are transparent or calls for distraction. .!


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  8. I do not agree with u my dear,wat she said is right & let's try to leave tribalism out of everytin,dis is one tin causing us so much problems.am comenting 4 d first tym.

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  9. What she said was totally right no need to abuse her, and who are you to judge, even if she had ten children for ten men she is far better than you. U can't reach her position. Grow up

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  10. Annon 00:09 u seem 2 hav lost ur mind. Nothing is tribal abt her remark n advice. Faceless idle ethnocentrics lik u sort 4 all means 2 instigate tribal abuse in online forums. As 4 ur self developed ''naira project'' we can see the progress ua recording wit it. Incase ur shallow mind can't think out of box Nigeria has been paying dearly 4 every wrong and conspiracy done against ndi-igbo. Except things are done right nothing is gona get better. Zionzukki.

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  11. Olu @ Atlanta, ur readiness to leave the issue in question and display ur stupidity vis a vis ur comments on igbo smacks of unintelligence, inferiority and the onset of masculine menopause. ...Addyfel

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    1. Damn! Masculine menopause?!!! I can't laugh

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  12. She must b a bad person den. I'm a nigerian buh I hardly hear abt these rich thieves called politicians.

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  13. She is sounding holy

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  14. Sorry dear your suffering from Igbo phobia. Sorry about that. Its pathetic and there is obviously no cure for that. Keep hating!!!

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  15. Olu@Atlanta- Eeeeyaaaa, sorry dear your suffering from Igbo phobia. Sorry about that. Its pathetic and there is obviously no cure for that. Keep hating!!!

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  16. Words from a powerful woman

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  17. Ok.. .! I turn my comment on haters who don't seems to love ndi-igbo's.......as in us you get pure wisdom... Now,,, any part of the country you visit, and you seems to see no...ndi-igbo's there; pack your loads leave.... Sure pass!!


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  18. question for women who are always skimpily dressed. how do you protect your precious skin from the elements? the thought of mosquito bite on my fresh legs is enuff for me to dress decently.

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