I am tired of being an independent woman – Toke Makinwa cries over worsening hardship

Nigerian media personality and brand influencer, Toke Makinwa has lamented over the economic hardship in the country, saying she is tired.

The 39-year-old TV and radio presenter expressed her concerns via social media and specifically said she is tired of being an independent woman.

Toke Makinwa, who just returned from a foreign trip, said she came home to meet the harsh reality of fuel scarcity and electricity tariff hike.

She wrote: “Yoooo, landed in Lagos to all this madness, petrol scarcity, electricity tariff hike, diesel prices not smiling. What is all these? Independent woman don taya [tire] o.”

Meanwhile, Tontrends reports that this is coming weeks after the Vlogger revealed that the year so far, has been mentally draining for her.

Toke Makinwa faced heavy backlash for flying to Dubai, the United Arab Emirates as part of Nigeria’s delegation for COP28 Climate Change Conference last year.

Speaking on how she is mentally, the show host said she’s been dealing with a lot of grief within the first three months of 2024.

She wrote; Warning ⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️⚠️ The post is full of realness so thread carefully… It’s like the timing sometimes is stuck in traffic. 😂😂😂😂

Life is happening to us all, I know I’ve been away for a minute, but thank you to everyone who’s reached out, I love you deeply. ❤️

This year has been mentally draining for me, while this post is not looking for your sympathy cos Instagram is not real and we are all going through it plus you all know I’ve got this but sometimes even Superman needs a day off and quite frankly I am tired of being strong. Been too strong for too long in the words of MJB.. 😂

Got off the plane in January to news that a project I was so excited about was canceled, talk about a blow, February I dealt with loss, as I grow older, I understand death more. March I’m dealing with more loss and one thing about grief, it comes in waves but through it all, I’m thankful that I can say God is Good.

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