It’s unnecessary to be each other’s enemy – Anita Nderu’s message to women on Women’s day

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It’s unnecessary for women to be each other’s enemy – Anita Nderu’s message to women on Women’s day

Media personality Anita Nderu has urged women to level up, support and lift each other up instead of of hating on one another.

Ms Anita said that there was no need for women to compete with each other or see the other as a threat. She went ahead to say that there were many opportunities and everyone was capable of becoming a queen without destroying the other.

The TV presenter challenged women telling them that if men could do be there for each other then they could do better. She told them that empowered women empower each other.

Women really are each other’s worst enemy and it is so unnecessary. The pie is so massive there needs not to be one queen. We can all win. How cool would it be if we looked after each other and treated each other like we do everything else? Can we just sisterhood the hell out of each other please? If men can do it surely we can do it better. We are better at everything 😅 I fiercely love, support and root for womankind. Let’s woman up! We are an incredible specie💕 Let us always be there for each other💕 Empowered women, Empower women. Be confident enough in yourself and your ability 💕” read part of Anita’s post.

The beauty said this after revealing how some women had mistreated her in the course of day to day activities. She however stated that despite the incidences she had not changed how she viewed women. Instead it prompted her to ensure that women were treated better.

"I have had the honor of being influenced by incredible women but I have also had the unfortunate luck of being mistreated by them. So I say this to you today just incase you have been in my shoes, you shall be fine. Being mistreated did not change how I view women it made me want to purposely ensure that no other woman feels how I felt and no other woman should think it is okay to be so inhuman. #Happyinternationalwomensday #Womensday" read her post.


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