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Nigerian Writer, Blossom Ozurumba Has A Problem With How The Arrival Of Royal Baby Was Announced | See Why

Nigerian writer and author, Blossom Ozurumba, has stated she has a problem with the way the birth of  the new royal baby of Sussex was announced. Meghan Markle and her husband, Prince Harry welcomed their baby early on Monday morning. Hours later, their official Instagram account made the announcement, writing: “It’s a boy!”

Blossom, who is an Igbo language Editor at Wikipedia, doesn’t approve of the emphasis on the baby being a boy and did not fail to express her disappointment. She took to her Twitter handle to share her contempt and also likened the announcement of the royal baby’s arrival to a ‘sexist’ TV commercial produced by MTN, where it was said ”Mama Na Boy”.

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Other users on the Twitter app completely disagreed with the author’s stance and one even wondered hilariously if the MTN advert should have read, ‘Mama na stone’.

Read Blossom’s caption below:

I am as overjoyed as their Royal Highnesses, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex but I must not fail to express my view that I have the exact distaste for this announcement as I had for the “Mama Na Boy” TV commercial produced by MTN Nigeria Limited in 2003 which was downright sexist.

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See tweet below:

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