Tacha Titans call for the removal of Uti Nwachukwu as SGBV influencer

Tacha fans Titans have stormed social media to demand the removal of Uti Nwachukwu as an influencer for SGBV campaign influencer.

Titans claim that Uti Nwachukwu is not fit to represent women in the Gender Based Violence (SGBV) campaign and therefore should be removed as an influencer for the series of abusing and degrading tweets about Tacha while she was in the BBNaija reality show.

Tacha Titans call for the removal of Uti Nwachukwu as SGBV influencer

The recalled his tweets from as far back as 2016 where he made unpleasant remarks about women and recently the ones about Tacha.

See some of the tweets recalled below.

See some of Titans tweets against Uti below.

Internet never forgets. Titans going way back to 3yrs old post Uti made belittling the feminine gender to dig it up. @EUinNigeria look into the present outcries to drop Uti as he is no longer tenable as ambassador for the campaign against the violence on women #TachaXDespiteMedia – @Truevolting

This is not only about Tacha. Uti has literally body shamed and verbal abused women he doesn’t like or doesn’t agree with him. If the EU decide to withdraw this appointment then it’s on him and he should take responsibility for that,period! – @Ihuomauz

You’re quite shallow if you think the call to drop uti from the EU is solely based on Tacha! He is a troll and doesn’t fit that status ..these are tweets from 3 years ago! Fr yrs he’s taken part in cyber bullying and slut shaming! As a ‘public figure’ he should know better! – @Haduphe

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