It’s the tenure of CHANGE, so it’s permissible that women address themselves as KINGS.
Nigerian music video director and filmmaker, Kemi Adetiba recently kicked off an online campaign ‘KING WOMAN’.
— 01 (@CONSCIOUS_NESS) March 11, 2016
The movement which acts as an open online source of mentorship to sensitive young ladies has attracted several Nigerians and celebs who also took to social media to share their contentment.
.@KemiAdetiba's KING WOMEN on YouTube and Lola Omolola's FEMALE IN NIGERIA on Facebook provide a path to healing for thousands of women.
— Subomi (@subomiplumptre) March 14, 2016
King Women is everything!! Can't actually deal! So excited to see the whole thing @kemiadetiba. Gosh!!!
— Beverly Naya (@BeverlyNaya) March 12, 2016
— K10 (@officiallyk10) March 11, 2016
After watching Tybello's feature on #Kingwomen, I asked God for forgiveness, for the times I took him for granted.
— ÉRÉBÍ (@TSINWE) March 13, 2016
— Toolz O.D (@ToolzO) March 11, 2016
— Ebuka Obi-Uchendu (@Ebuka) March 11, 2016
— Toyin O (@ToyinO1) March 13, 2016
— seun oduyale (@Seunoduyale) March 12, 2016
— Chioma Agwuegbo (@ChiomaChuka) March 11, 2016
— Layo Abe (@layoabe) March 13, 2016
Just saw 5 #KingWomen teasers.
All compelling stories. Was moved by Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, TY Bello & Chigurl.
Well done @kemiadetiba
— Chimeka Garricks (@MrGarricks) March 13, 2016
The teasers released feature some of the popular faces in Nigerian entertainment industry, which include TY Bello, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett and Chigul, watch below:
— Oby Ezekwesili (@obyezeks) March 13, 2016
I got chills. Love like this 🙏🏾 UNDYING.
Taiwo Ajai-Lycett… KING WOMEN Teaser 4 https://t.co/XjcjICgK1I
— Chinwe (@chellarh) March 4, 2016
— TY BELLO (@tybellotweets) February 27, 2016
— Blessing Omakwu (@BlessingOmakwu) March 12, 2016