Orie Rogo Manduli Spoke Mad Facts About Socialites, Do You Agree? - ZUMI
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Beauty queen Orie Rogo Manduli first came into limelight when she was crowned Miss Kenya at the age of 16. In 1974 she became the very first black African woman in Kenya to compete in the world circuit Safari Rally. Moreover, she is the first woman to head the Kenya Non-Governmental Organization council (NGO council). Known for her massive headwraps she is a force to be reckoned with.
In an exclusive interview with Jeff Koinange, she highlighted
“Girls in the university want to take off their clothes and be like some of those naked women who pad their bodies with all sorts of forms, they call themselves socialites, that’s an expensive prostitute that’s all they are, and I tell girls but they don’t understand, I mean role models are not there any more because the women we promote in leadership are just actually mistresses of the powerful, and if they have anything at the back of their ears it goes because they are busy keeping these guys ready, they are mistresses of men who already have wives and children, so they have to come up with all sorts of methods to keep them busy to forget their homes and their families”
We have to say that no words spoken have been truer, we as women need to uphold our status in the community because we shouldn’t place ourselves in situations that belittle us. We need to understand that social media is a huge exaggeration of people’s true lives. That living the high life is not all that it looks to be.
We need to emancipate our minds from mental slavery, and actually, dive into issues concerning society so as to grow ourselves and actually be worthy role models of our children and generation.
We have to ask, do you agree with her?
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