Men should share home chores with their wives - Nollywood actor Akah Nnani

Men should share home chores with their wives - Nollywood actor Akah Nnani

- Nollywood actor Akah Nanni says it is the responsibility of men to protect their wife and family

- Akah noted that as people talk about wife material so should they talk about husband material too

- The actor further stated that men should protect their families from the social damage of having an absent father.

Nollywood actor, Akah Nanni, has expressed his concern over women who are left to do all the domestic chores in their homes. The actor noted that people always talk about wife material there should be husband material too.

In a lengthy post on Instagram, the actor stated that it is the man's responsibility to protect his wife from stress by helping out at home with the household chores.

He stated further that men should protect their families from the social damage of having an absent father.

To buttress his point, the actor shared some photos of himself doing house chores.

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Nanni's post is challenge celebrity men are taking during this lockdown to show they care about their family and wife.

See his post below:

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Recently, celebrities took to their social media pages to lend their voices to the call for gender equality in Nigeria. Many shared photos of them or a family member contributing their quota to the discussion around the gender topic.

Legit.ng reported that veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe Damijo popularly known as RMD, is not left out of the trending gender-based topic.

RMD shared a photo of him doing dishes in his kitchen and also went on to share a personal story of him as a child.

In another story, it was reported that beautiful and well endowed Nollywood actress, Christabel Egbenya, has revealed that she needs a man badly.

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The actress further stated that she does not mind getting hooked to an already man as she is set to be a second or third wife as long as she is happy in the marriage. The role interpreter revealed that she is presently not in any serious relationship and so is readily available to welcome and mingle with any interested man, single or married, into her life now.

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