- Movie star Yul Edochie has shared his wealth of knowledge with fellow men on social media
- The actor and husband urged married men to see their wives as partners and not people to be controlled
- Edochie charged men to endeavor to involve their wives in their personal and business activities
Nollywood actor Yul Edochie recently used his social media platform to share some important words of advice for fellow men, especially those that are married.
The actor via a post shared on his official Twitter page noted that there is no doubt that a man remains the head of a home.
He, however, stressed the importance of married men learning to see their wives as equal partners in marriages, as opposed to seeing them as people that should be controlled.
Edochie particularly called out to men who are married to good women. He said they should endeavor to involve their wives in their business activities and also learn to seek their opinions on different issues.
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The actor said if men should follow his advice, they would be amazed at the level of progress in their lives. He rounded off his words of wisdom by noting that women are powerful.
See his post below:
Most of followers seemed to agree with the words he shared.
"When a woman loves you and you heed to her advices, you will always achieve your goals. All she needs is your love, respect and loyalty and she will go extra mile to see that you succeed," one follower tweeted.
Read what some others had to say below:
This is not the first time the actor has taken up subjects that involve marriages. Some days ago, Legit.ng reported that Edochie shared his take on Catholic priests remaining celibate all their life.
The film star said on Twitter that now that he is older, he believes Catholic priests should be allowed to get married. Several Nigerians reacted to his opinion on Twitter and many were in strong disagreement with him.
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