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Uche Ogbodo On Gender Inequality – “Everyone Should Be Treated Equally Because Women Also Work As Hard As Men”

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Uche Ogbodo On Gender Inequality – “Everyone Should Be Treated Equally Because Women Also Work As Hard As Men”

Uche Ogbodo On Gender Inequality - Everyone Should Be Treated Equally Because Women Also Work As Hard As Men

Nollywood Actress, Uche Ogbodo, shares her take on Gender Inequality, giving love another chance and her failed relationship with her baby’s father in an interview with The Sun.

Enjoy excerpts below:

What do you think about gender equality?

I think gender equality is good. As human beings, I really don’t think there should be a difference, and that a particular gender should feel superior to the other. There is no difference between you and the other person; the only difference is sex. So, everyone should be treated equally, because women also work as hard as men. I don’t understand why women are not equal to men. Right now, I am doing bigger and harder stuff than the man next to me.

As a woman, I want to be successful, so I put in extra effort in what I do. I don’t understand why someone will try to embarrass or harass me because of my sex, telling me that I am a woman and I shouldn’t do this or that. I am a woman and I believe in gender equality.

Where do you see yourself in 10 years from now?

Uche (Ogbodo) would be bigger than she is right now, because I am working hard on it. By the grace of God, I will be an achiever. I have political ambitions and I am going to get there. Although, I don’t have any specific thing I want to do right now and I don’t know how I am going to get there, I know that I would be there someday. Probably, I will get more children and I would be married too.

Are you giving love another chance?

No. I don’t even know what love is. I don’t even know if love is real. I can feel it but I don’t know if it is real.

Are you saying you are done with love?

I’m better now. Believe me, I’m at a better place than I was some years ago. I was numb for a long time but I am healing gradually. I am not fully healed, but I’m healing because the experience was bad. I’m not somebody that talks too much about my downfalls and failures. But right now, I’m scared; I’m very scared.

Was there an abuse in the relationship?

You know, I wasn’t married. I was just engaged but the media attacked me as a married woman. But in the relationship I had there was no abuse. Well, there would have been abuse because there are different kinds of abuse like I do say, but it doesn’t have to be physical. If I am allowed to say that lying and deceit are a form of abuse then I will tag it psychological abuse. He was messing with my head; all the depression that came with it makes it an abuse. So yes, I think he was probably abusive because I wasn’t concentrating, I didn’t know what I was doing.

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Dayo is the 2017 NWA Fashion Blogger of the year and the Managing Editor for Fashionpheeva. She is a graduate of Aquaculture & Fisheries Management from Funaab and an Associate member of The Chartered Institute of Personnel Management of Nigeria. Dayo loves writing about fashionable people. You can follow her on Instagram @apphiaanna and @fashionpheeva

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