Professionalism falls within the fields of academic endeavour which gender sentiment has serious affected in African cultures, especially in the pre-colonial and post-colonial spaces. This sentiment on female gender results from the perceptions developed in African tradition and religion. The problem which this paper is set to address is the issue of introducing gender or famine sentiment in considering ones children or child for studying in higher institutions, and the embarrassment they experience in discharging their professional duties/ prowess in offices when they graduate or professionalize themselves. The study aims at addressing the problem as it affects Nigeria with insights on the relevance of experts in guidance/ counseling and education management from foundation stage of academic pursuits to the higher levels for a better understanding of human intellectual and physical capacities rather than gender. It is discovered in the paper that the observations of Ngozi Chimamanda Adieche's Americana have much examinations and accord to the fact that the female gender is completely uncomfortable with African feminist practice and conception. Adichie stresses strongly on black/gender race renaissance and trans- cultural identity. The study therefore employs feminist, phenomenological, and sociological approaches in conveying its message. Data got were analyzed with historical and descriptive methods of data analysis. It is recommended among other things that African culture, tradition and religion should be fairly accommodating subsequently, than they were before and now. Secondly, African cultural ideology should be made to strike a balance in its gender sensitivity even in foreign lands by African.