• Mon. Jun 17th, 2024


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Attend First Ever All Females Ladies’ Night in Abuja!

The first ever all female Ladies Night sets to hold in Abuja on 25th January, at Gwarinpa Estate, Abuja. Thursday by 5pm.

Speaking about the importance of this forthcoming Classy event for only ladies in Abuja, the Organiser and Founder of College of Ethics and Orientation, Madam Grace says:

“In today’s Nigeria, there are no safe or respectful social spaces for mature, sane and successful ladies to unwind, relax and have fun.

“It’s almost prohibited and demeaning for women to visit social spaces. They’ve been created exclusively for men.”

“Nigeria is the only country that I am aware of that all night clubs are allowed to have ladies strippers.

Previously in Nigeria, you need to be licensed to have go-go girls. But now it’s the norm.

Despite being 61 years old, I still love my music and dance. Also, I go clubbing whenever I am.

But clubbing in Nigeria is a nightmare for me because there are go-go girls in there demeaning women’s bodies. ????

So, I carried out a survey to find out if women would appreciate decent spaces as already explained above.

I found out that there are so many women who would love such spaces and opportunities.

Here I am today, after several years of research; I am eventually able to “Bridge the Gap” by God’s grace.”

She added that although, being a London trained Chartered Accountant (ACCA), with MA & MBA, she has lot of experiences in the music industry spanning over three decades.

“This Night out with ladies promises to be a life changing event for Abuja Ladies”, she added.

To book Tickets and enquiries

Make payment to this account: 8106478979 Opay Abdullahi Umar
After payment send proof to this WhatsApp link https://wa.me/2348106478979

Don’t miss out!

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Our News Editor, Muyiwa is an information management expert and Development Blogger with more than a decade experience in investigative reporting and journalism. He is passionate about human angle stories to all social issues in Nigeria and Africa.