BREAK THE BIAS: Reactions as Wema bank shares picture of lady holding Emeka Ibrahim Adekunle's ATM card to celebrate women on International Women's Day today KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, March 8, 2022

BREAK THE BIAS: Reactions as Wema bank shares picture of lady holding Emeka Ibrahim Adekunle's ATM card to celebrate women on International Women's Day today

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Wema bank has caused stirs with their picture/banner, which they posted to celebrate women on International Women's Day today. 


Taking to social media, Wema Bank, shared a picture showing a young lady holding an ATM card belonging to a man, Emeka Ibrahim Adekunle, while at a restaurant together. 

In the picture, 'Break The Bias', is seen. What that means hasn't been fully ascertained as too many meanings to the phrase and pictures are still coming. 

However, Nigerians, as usual, have taken to their social media platforms to react. Most Nigerians are angry at Wema bank, while some can't see anything wrong with the message and picture. 

Reactions from Nigerians below:

May [email protected]_k·2hI think most people are not getting Wema bank's drift. Going by their 3 consecutive yearly #IWD post, I suspect strongly that their social media page, is been managed by highly intelligent women. The message is for women to break the bias by not accepting to be victims or weak!

Foundational Nupe Lawyer
@Egi_nupe_
The generation wants to reverse the traditional roles so bad. If not, there shouldn't be any problems with what Wema Bank posted. 9 out of 10 men put there are happy to foot their women's bill. It doesn't make their women lazy, weak or incapable. 

Sir Dickson
@Wizarab10
Wema don cook. 
It is not outrage worthy. But it doesn't celebrate women. 

Jola
@Jollz
Wema bank, you again?
[email protected]·3hUrgent 2K is not Female. Wema Bank with guilty conscience campaign. 

Onyenezi Chimankpam
@Onye_Bolt
Replying to 
@wemabank
Wema Bank: Break the Bias
Emeka: With my card abi. 

Tife 🌚🇬🇧@Tife_fabunmi·4hI am sure Danny is the one behind that Wema Bank’s twitter account coz what’s that cooking. 

A$AP Lerry
@_AsiwajuLerry
“Break the bias” by paying for your own bills but na man name dey the card. Wema Bank did that shit on purpose. 

CHISOM
@_PLICE
Maybe what Wema Bank means here is Women can bear Emeka, Adekunle or Ibrahim.
Think outside the box. 

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