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I wish men were more vulnerable – Beverly Naya (Video)

Popular Nollywood actress, Beverly Naya, has said that she wishes for men to be more emotionally vulnerable.

She stated this during a chat with colleague, Efa Iwara on Nollywire, emphasising that women appreciate men who are more connected with their emotions.

The delectable thespian that a man is truly in love with a woman when he exhibits unexplainable vulnerability towards her.

Beverly Naya said she desires a society where men can be vulnerable without feeling judged or embarrassed about it.

She added that men, especially those from Nigeria are conditioned to perceive vulnerability as a weakness and wish that could change because she doesn’t agree with it.

Beverly said; “I wish men were just more in touch with their emotions like women are, and vulnerable, women appreciate that so much. One thing I’ve noticed is that when a man is able to vulnerable with a woman or can’t explain how or when it happened, then he’s in love with the woman, he’s gone.”

Watch her speak:

In other news…

Nigerian social commentator, Reno Omokri has claimed that there would be an epidemic of unmarried women in the country if visa-free or visa-on-arrival access was available to more countries.

He criticised Nigerian women, especially those from the southern part over their love for money which he described as the “Industrial Money Obtainer culture”.

Omokri pointed out how Nigerian men hardly ever look at Nigerian women again when they travel abroad and see ladies from other races.

The former presidential aide said he was not surprised that popular gospel singer, Moses Bliss married a Ghanaian woman, because “their women tend to be easier to relate with than many Southern Nigerian women.”

Taking to his Twitter (X) account, Omokri noted that “when Southern Nigerian men travel within Africa and outside Africa and encounter beautiful women who are not money conscious, they quickly lose their appetite for Nigerian women.”

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