One of Afrobeat legend, Fela Kuti’s daughter, Yeni has disclosed why girls don’t want marriage to be fulfilled.
During an interview with Saturday Beats, Yeni, who’s additionally a former dancer asserted that a girl does now no longer want to get married to experience fulfilled or whole due to the fact they’re now extra impartial and now realize who they’re.
Yeni said, “I suppose girls have emerge as extra impartial and now realize who they’re. They now realize that they don’t ought to be married to ‘be somebody’ (fulfilled or whole). They now realize that they’re someone of their very own right. For me, it is a superb thing. Women are actually getting married due to the fact they need to, now no longer simply due to the fact they need to addressed as somebody’s wife.”
Yeni additionally said that she did now no longer revel in any advantages together along with her father’s call whilst developing up. She said, “I did now no longer revel in any advantages due to the fact lower back then, human beings used to appearance down on us due to the fact we had been Fela’s youngsters.”
On if she later had such privileges as an adult, she said, “No, I did now no longer. My father felt sorry for me once I changed into over 30 years antique and purchased my sister and I a television. However, I may want to come up with the money for to shop for myself a TV then due to the fact I changed into already working.
“My father did now no longer damage youngsters. The nice remedy we had then as youngsters had been chopper motorcycles and earlier than we were given them, my mum had to talk for us.”
On the modifications she can be able to want to see withinside the country, she said, “I preference a frontrunner who has the real hobby of Nigeria at heart. I do now no longer need a frontrunner this is self-focused however one that considers the human beings all of the time.”
On what informs her style, Yeni said, “I don’t realize. I simply get dressed the manner I should. I like to get dressed well, and I suppose I took that from my overdue father.”