You shouldn’t be thinking of marriage if you earn less than N150k monthly as a lady - Joro Olumofin

You shouldn’t be thinking of marriage if you earn less than N150k monthly as a lady - Joro Olumofin

- Self acclaimed love doctor, Joro Olumofin has caused quite a stir on social media

- According to him, a woman earning less than N150k shouldn't consider marriage

- He stated that it is important in other to have financial security and sanitiy

Since time immemorial, men have had the exclusive preserve of providing for their family while the women are believed to be the home keeper. This has continued to be the status quo despite the feminism movement.

This has led to the believe by most women to be taken care of in a relationships and ultimately marriage. However, with the need for gender equality comes equal responsibilities. Perhaps, it is in this light that popular relationship expert, Joro Olumofin has taken to social media to share his opinion about what women should consider before settling down

He wrote on Instagram: "If you’re a single lady and you’re not earning at least N150,000 a month you shouldn’t be thinking about marriage yet. This is for your own security & sanity in marriage. Based on hundreds of mails I receive daily from posters. I’ve noticed a trend in behavior : Commitment before finances.

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Most ladies go into marriage with the hopes that the man will take care of everything . Some even see marriage as their way out of responsibilities such as paying bills, etc. A lot of married women are unhappy in their homes but can’t leave because they are not independent, some don’t even have transport money to go back to their parents house. Secure the bag first."

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It is safe to say that the era of gender equality has brought about the importance of equal responsibilities shared among both men and women.

Meanwhile, a lady has taken to social media to cry for help. The unidentified lady who remained anonymous revealed to Joro that her husband got an iphone 6 for her 17-year-old housemaid.

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