Feminism, as adopted in this study, is distinctive in nature as it depicts the concepts of accomodationism and motherism in its attempt to emancipate the female from male subjugation. It is different from Western feminism as it projects gender complementarity and gives room to caring and nurturing of children. This practice makes African feminism to be tagged neutral. Feminism is an attempt by the womenfolk to universally liberate itself from male chauvinism and patriarchy. It aims at making the position of women at home, at work, at school, in the street etc. more challenging to themselves and their menfolk in the social phenomenon.