- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to give reasons why a woman should not aspire to be more successful than her husband
- Identified as Echezona Enebeli, the man said women are created as helpmates and not competitors
- Many people have since reacted to the post, criticising him
While today's society is heavily influenced by the need for gender equality, it appears there are still people who believe women are made strictly to be subservient and nothing more than helpers of men.
One of them is Facebook user, Echezona Enebeli, who recently took to the platform to give reasons why he believes a woman should never strive to be more successful than her husband.
According to him, it is okay for a woman to be more successful than her husband if it is merely by providence but it is wrong for a woman to strive to be more successful than her spouse as women were made to be helpmates and not competitors.
See some comments below:
jayonyeka: My annoyance is that this guy writes well which shows he’s very educated, do we say this one is a waste of education? Do we now see that good education doesn’t translate to sense , I’m disappointed
ms.maureenirish: You can aspire to be rich & successful but once you start doing it to be better than someone else, you've lost it. Spouse or not.
b_lacream: He has a point, but no one reads to understand anymore
abiodun.website.developer: Dear God, if is the girl I will marry that will remove me from poverty and I will have a good life, bless her abundantly.
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houseofstun: These kind of men that bring shame to other men. Na una dey make women yab us. Marriage is a partnership not a contest!!!
dayoice: Dear wife ,if you want to be richer and more successful ,Nne I cant wait go ahead
wageesther2: It’s not a crime to have money dan ur husband but d character u wear wen u do determines If it is bad or not
Meanwhile, Legit.ng has sighted the report of a Facebook user, Wayne Michaels, who made a case for domestic violence on his page.
According to Wayne, a man only hits a woman to correct her and the woman should also desist from doing the same thing that angered her man in the first place.
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