- A life coach on social media has shared a piece of advice for Nigerian families
- According to him, people who have brothers that are still generous after marriage have the wife to thank
- The life coach noted that behind their kin’s benevolence is his wife’s strong support
A life coach identified as Ajero Morgan on Twitter has gotten people talking on social media after sharing a piece of his mind.
Morgan stated that people who have brothers that are still generous after they have gotten married should not get comfortable with thanking their kin alone.
He noted that the wives of such family members should be heartily thanked and appreciated.
This, according to Morgan, is because men who respect their wives often listen to them. As such, behind the benevolence of such men is the strong support of their wives.
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"If after marriage, your brother is still being generous toward your family, don’t always thank him alone. thank & appreciate his wife also. Men who respect their wives listen to them. So, behind your brother’s benevolence is the support of his wife. Don’t take it for granted," his tweet read.
See his tweets below:
The post elicited mixed reactions from his followers. A particular user noted that such narrative only means a wife should be blamed if a man refuses to help his family members.
See tweet below:
Check out what other people had to say below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a life coach identified as Solomon Buchi, who stated that he cannot date any woman who earns below N250,000 monthly.
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He shared a post on Twitter saying that he is high maintenance and there can be no love from his side for broke women. His post sparked some reactions on social media with some women tagging him a gold digger, who is looking to live off a woman.
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