A woman has no religion, surname, permanent home until she marries - Writer says after newlywed pharmacist complained about her identity being erased

A writer, Samline Olatoye, has said that a woman has no religion, surname, or permanent home until she gets married.

 

He went on to throw shade at ”feminists” who like to think otherwise.

 

This comes after Blessing Mary Ocheido, a physically challenged pharmacist, complained about people trying to erase her identity – surname, state of origin – and replace them with her husband’s, all because she got married (read here).