Hauwa, the daughter of Mohammed Indimi, billionare founder of Oriental Energy, has recalled when a woman gave her a disapproval for sitting down to pray while she was pregnant. 


She was reacting to a comment by Toni Tones, a media personality, on the struggles of women during pregnancy.

Tones wrote: “Loss of teeth, loss of hair, facial paralysis, varicose veins, swollen ankle, acne, nausea, back pain, and so much more. Every day, I begin to understand why people on Twitter call babies ‘coochie goblins’ because wtf.”

In an Instastory post, Indimi recounted how a Muslim colleague of hers had given her a disapproving look after she opted to pray in a sitting position.


“Yea but the same women will tell you, ‘all done it, stop acting all special’. Sick of the culture around here expecting women to suck things up. Everyone’s experience is different,” she wrote.

“Woman gave me the side-eye when I was pregnant with my son and seated while praying. On my mind, I was like F off. I do not care how you force your body to do things to prove a point while you were pregnant.”


Indimi got married to Mohammed Yar’adua, the son of Abubakar Yar’adua, the late NNPC managing director.

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