There is a growing trend of women and ladies saying that all men are dogs. So you are reading from the champion dog. Okay. They have also decided to either live without men or without children. Some have branded themselves “feminists” titles. Well, let me rest that you are feminists. But I have not seen any genuine feminists but a fleet of pretenders. Every women need a man or a child or both. I support one Kenyan Member of Parliament who even proposed that women must accept to be second wives. After all me innocent. Only 1 is enough. But let me say this without missing my words. There is simply no dignified way for a woman to live alone. Oh, Ohhhh I think I need to increase the volume. Any lady can get along financially perhaps (though not nearly as well as a man), but emotionally she is never left in peace. Don’t allow to live your permanent life in pieces. In pretense, in agony and in regret. Your friends, your family, your fellow workers should never let you forget that your #husbandlessness, your #childlessness and indeed your #selfishness, in short is a reproach to the African way of life and indeed is doomed on you actually not on us. Some of the ladies “corporate” as they assume have pretended to be completely happy not having children. I must emphasise knowing that there is an attack I expect from my readers. Get a child if you can’t get a husband. Better get one at least for a ride. I for one, am never completely happy not having children. Maybe I wanted children, maybe I didn’t, but I wanted the decision to be a choice, not a mandate. The reason I am writing to you today is to inspire you to make this choice and have a child. This will even increase your appreciation of the power of your creator Allah. The last time I checked, childlessness was only supposed to be a condition of career advancement for nuns. If you are not, work towards this in your early 20s and if not even at 70 years have at least one child (perhaps and a husband) and then learn how to extend love to the world.
I thank you
Written by the junior citizen