It’s no more news that women are always the first to tear each other down in times of travails and this has risen more than expected.

It’s no more news that women are always the first to tear each other down in times of travails and this has risen more than expected.

It’s no more news that women are always the first to tear each other down in times of travails and this has risen more than expected.

Women empowering/supporting each other have been solicited by lots of women in recent times who felt being judgmental towards someone of the same gender without understanding their story could be very hurtful.

Nollywood actress, Halima Abubakar has been under blast recently from fans, ranging from her makeup to her flaunting backside on social media.

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With the recent criticism she has faced and following the marriage saga of fellow actress, Tonto Dikeh who have been torn apart by some Nigerians who thinks her marital problem is as a result of Karma, Halima has decided to address the issue.

In a recent post, the actress advised ladies to stop tearing each other down and calling each other whores as empowering each other won’t kill.

“Dear women let’s do better and stop calling women whore, we same gender. Empowering other ladies won’t kill you; seriously, it’s hard for ladies to be kind to each other, always putting each other down.” She said.

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