INSECURITY IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF WOMEN ABUSE – OLUCHI ODIMEGWU

INSECURITY IS ONE OF THE CAUSES OF WOMEN ABUSE – OLUCHI ODIMEGWU

ODIMEGWU the owner and the founder of Pink lips Oluchi is a Nigerian based in South Africa. She has been living in South Africa for 5 years. She has been in different part of the world but she chose South Africa. She is an afro-pop musician, beautiful and intelligent woman. During our discussion

OLUCHI ODIMEGWU raised a very important point which is the women abuse and this captured my attention and we discussed more further about this issue, she said that woman abuse is a problem that can be solve if we start working on it now she also mentioned that the problem behind the abuse is insecurity and infidelity men need to trust their women and women need to do the same she also said that the problem is not about material things in some cases and she advises all the lady facing abuse to speak out don’t be silent about it speak out and get help she exclaimed


We also talk about her organization called pick lips and this is what she has to say Pink lips is an Organization that celebrates women through entertainment and also campaigns against women abuse all over the world.
It was founded by OLUCHI ODIMEGWU a female Nigerian singer popularly known by her stage name “Lucci Gucci
in February 2017 in South Africa.

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