Here’s a great post from https://ibukunwrites.wordpress.com/2015/09/17/the-virus-called-stereotyping/
It’s really an issue around the world, and has ruined lives and even hindered friendships. Let’s try to make conscious efforts against stereotyping.
Have a fabulous Tuesday!

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Hello readers, every opportunity to write is always a thing of joy for me and you know I always have juicy-juicy issues and serious matters to comment on. So, yea, today on Lifestyle, I’d be talking (or writing about) STEREOTYPING and this is going to be a looooong post yea, fasten your seat belt! It’s gonna be a loooooong ride.

So, who is guilty of the aforementioned? Many of us are! . . . Almost everybody is!. . . I for one, almost guilty.

Stereotyping really, is a serious problem in Nigeria. I don’t know about elsewhere, maybe when I leave the shores of this country to tour around, I’d know but till then, I know about my very own country. Also, I think I could also say that Stereotyping is more indigenous to Yoruba than its Igbo, Hausa, Efik, Ibibio etc. this doesn’t mean these tribes don’t stereotype.


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