Feminism Doesn’t Mean You Shouldn’t Have A Man – Actress Ada Ameh


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Ada Ameh says she is a feminist who believes in submitting to a man
Ada Ameh says she is a feminist who believes in submitting to a man

The Johnsons star Ada Ameh has stated that she is a feminist but that doesn’t make her less submissive to her man.

The comic actress who hails from Benue State had her child when she was 14 years old disclosed that she would have felt bad if at her current age she couldn’t boast of a husband or a child.

Ada Ameh made the comments while speaking with The Sun in an interview, saying:

I can never regret having my child at 14. God forbid! The truth is that the ways of God are so different from the ways of man. Just imagine me at this age if I am not married and don’t have a child. I am not saying marriage is the ultimate but we both know what I am talking about.

I am a feminist but I am not that type of woman that would not love to have a man. Being a feminist doesn’t mean that there shouldn’t be a man. As a Christian, submitting yourself to your man doesn’t make you a fool.”

Ada Ameh
Ada Ameh

Ada Ameh has spent over two decades in the Nigerian movie industry and is known for playing the character of Anita in Domitilla (1996) and Emu Johnson in the popular award-winning television series The Johnsons.

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