Women who from the outset were strictly restricted to the kitchen and other domestic chores, have not only liberated themselves from that confinement, but are presently dominating the men's world, the recent one being selling fuel to motorists in jerry cans popularly called black market, no thanks to fuel scarcity.
Before now, the business of 'black marketing' has always been transacted by the men, precisely the youth. Rarely would you see men in their 50s hawking this essential but scarce commodity along the road, not to talk of women. The reason for such 'discrimination' is not farfetched."
Read article by Emma Elekwa from All Africa.